The Grand Cru Story
Cultivated and Aromatic Cigars
Inspired by Zino Davidoff’s wine-cigar analogy in 1946, Davidoff Grand Cru is a sophisticated blend using the finest tobacco leaves from carefully selected terroirs; a selection process similar to that of wine-making.
Taste experience of Davidoff Grand Cru
The line offers a range of various formats in small to large ring gauges. The mild Dominican tobaccos provide an ideal taste experience for novices and those looking for a cultivated blend.
Cigar pairing for lovers of wine
A flavourful marriage
The Grand Cru line is perfect for lovers of Bordeaux wines with flavourful tannins.
The cigar’s flavours of oak wood, liquorice and fresh spice are best matched with those of a Bordeaux wine that was aged in oak wood barrels. Grand Cru is best enjoyed during an apéro riche or after a heavy lunch.
The White Band is the Difference
When the white band closes around a cigar it is the last act of a ritual of Caribbean passion and Swiss precision. The full stop at the end of the most beautifully constructed sentence. For Davidoff White Band cigars are not as others.
The way they are imagined, the way they are created, the way they are crafted, the way they are checked and checked and checked, the way they are … made.
They are simply different in so many ways.
The Davidoff White Band Collection cigars compared
Timeless icons of refinement for any occasion
Grand Cru – Millennium compared
The cultivated Grand Cru line is blended mainly with seco tobaccos and provides an aromatic taste journey. Millennium is composed predominantly of higher-grade tobaccos, which deliver a more intense and refined taste experience.
Grand Cru – Aniversario compared
Grand Cru is composed of more seco tobaccos, whereas Aniversario consists of more visus leaves. This is why Aniversario pleases with more intensity. The figurado shapes of Aniversario create unique taste experiences.
Grand Cru – Signature compared
Signature and Grand Cru are perfect for novices and everyday occasions. The Signature line offers a wider range of formats for easy enjoyment, whereas Grand Cru features bigger ring gauges for a well-balanced experience.