Rémy Martin Louis XIII70cl
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When the Rémy Martin first settled in the Cognac region of France, Louis XIII was the reigning monarch of the country. Louis XIII was also the king who greatly encouraged the nascent brandy industry that was appearing in France at the time. His role in both the timeline of the Rémy Martin family and in the history of cognac itself is now honoured by one of the greatest cognacs in the world: Rémy Martin Louis XIII, first released in 1874. Dark, dense, and opulent, this cognac carries its legacy within its amber waves.
This cognac is made using only grapes grown in the most prestigious area of the cognac region, the Grande Champagne area. Only 1 per cent of all eau-de-vie produced by the company is set aside as potential candidates for Louis XIII. The Louis XIII Cognac that you can enjoy today is the product of up to 1200 oak-matured eau-de-vie that have been aged at least 40 but some more than 100 years. This means that a century of work and care goes into the creation of this king of cognacs.
The handblown glass bottle is based on an actual metal flask that was uncovered on a French battlefield and gives an additional regal touch to the glorious liquid inside. Individually numbered, it takes more than ten craftsmen to produce these works of art.
Description of Rémy Martin Louis XIII
Rémy Martin Louis XIII (Colombard and Ugni Blanc)
- Color: Cognac Rémy Martin Louis XIII Grande Champagne is gold very dark.
- Smell: this cognac develops aromas of narcissus, jasmine, very old port, cigars, curry, saffron, passion fruit, violet, iris, litchi, pineapple, eucalyptus and sandalwood .
- Palate: Very concentrated, rich in aromas, warm and harmonious, long finish.
ALCOHOL: 40% vol
GRAPES: Ugni Blanc and Colombard
DEVELOPMENT: The Rémy Martin Louis XIII is a blend 100% Grande Champagne 1200 waters elderly different life between 40 and 100 years. This wine is the more upscale of the House and is aged in century-old tierces (barrels of 90 liters). Each decanter is numbered Louis XIII.
Creation of cognac is the work of the Cellar Master. By subtly blending eaux-de-vie (water-of-life) like an alchemist, I created the Fine Champagne Cognacs of the House of Remy Martin.More about the Producer