Visconti Perfumes

It was not until the beginning of the 20th century that the family, having moved to Grasse, became interested in the world of perfumes.
Here, in the perfume capital of the world, Antonio Visconti learnt the art and the secrets of maceration and enflourage, techniques still used today to extract the fragrant oils from the delicate blossom of jasmin, rose, tuberose, narcissus and other flowers, used to create the sublime symphonies of Rose Supreme and Rose Sauvage, Fleur et Feuille de jasmin and Fleur de Nuit.

The unique nature of these compositions arises from the precious rare perfume oils used today in their formulae, obtained by distillation of flowers, seeds, spices, fruits, balsams, woods and animal infusion such as the precious Ambergris. Each Visconti perfumes has an unmistakable, specific and enduring olfactory signature, thanks to the concentration of the essences used, which is never less than 16%...