Cellar/Tasting Notes Can be used in a variety of cocktails such as a Brandy Alexander (brandy, creme de cacao and cream), in hot coffee or for cooking.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Made in the south-west of France in the Gers region, it is intrinsically linked with Old Gascon culture. Its production probably pre-dates Cognac too, having been produced by the Moors in the 12th Century.
There are three regions of vineyards with Bas Armagnac in the west being the most revered..
Cellar/Tasting Notes A good balance of apple-flavoured younger brandies and smoky, spicy aromas, full bodied flavour and lingering taste of older components. Fruit, flower and spice blend harmoniously on the nose. Long on the palate while remaining light.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Amber in color with a moderate to full-bodied taste of dried apricot and nutmeg. Aged a minimum of 8 years.
Cellar/Tasting Notes FINE CHAMPAGNE is a blend of the two first crus of the Cognac delimited area, Grande and Petite Champagne, with a minimum of 50% Grande Champagne VSOP Fine Champagne Rich combinations of blue and golden that play on the amber shade of a Fine Champagne, both subtle and light. Floral aromas and notes..
In 1738, King Louis XV exceptionally grants Rémy Martin a warrant to expand his vineyard. With 1738 Accord Royal, you will discover an authentic product, deeply rooted in territory and tradition.
Cellar/Tasting Notes The cognac has an intense bouquet with notes of crystallized fruit and nuts, which appear in the stratified taste after the first chords of mocha coffee and gradually transfer to a prolonged aftertaste that recalls sophisticated fruit compote.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Mahogany dark color, complex aromas of old wood. Thick on the palate, warm, with a mixture of bitter tannins from the oak, and sweet, due to the oxidative aging.