The Cormier Family traces its roots back to the Brittany region of France, with the earliest mention in the Middle Ages. The name Cormier is actually derived from the Old French word, "come," which referred to the fruit of the sorb or service tree. It was given to someone who lived near such a tree or who sold its fruit at the market. Over time, the Cormier Family prospered and a descendant was raised to the peerage as Lord of Brittany in 1480.

For several centuries, however, the King of France had sought control over the rebellious, Brittany lords, many of whom were more loyal to England. The Battle of Saint Aubin du Cormier was the decisive conflict or “guerre folle” between rebellious feudal aristocrats and Charles, then the French king, who marshaled his knights to quell regional feudal independence once and for all and concentrate absolute power in Paris. The combined rebel forces in Brittany were decisively defeated, paving the way for the creation of a unified French state, existing to this day.

Descendants of the Cormier Family today procure and bottle spirits from around the world, honoring their roots as French merchants.

Since 2000, Saint Aubin du Cormier Vin & Spirit has been part of The Grand Metropolitan Companies.

Ceylats Joaillerie
Diamond Standard
DuQuet Jewelers
Henricks Jewelers
Sarasota Sterling
ThaiStone London
Vin Lee Jewelers
Wicked Woodies
Zemil Jewelers

The Coolidge Inn
Drink Intelligently
Goldwin Cigar
Goldwin Tobacco Company
St. Aubin du Cormier Vin & Spirit
The Beverly Hills Cigar Club
Global Cigar Day

Alesio Marlena
House of Horace Haute Couture
Master Pefumer
Matsuda USA
North Rodeo Drive
The Registry Collection

The Bohle Company
Cinemagic Marquee
Cool Deep Blue
Lee Barrett PR
The Sarasota Sun

Caesar Golf Company
Super Bowl Cigar
Thanksgiving Bowl