Cognac, which celebrates the decision of Louis XV. grant young Rémy Martin the right to plant a new vineyard on his land (which was forbidden in France at the time) with the royal accord in 1738. It is said that this cognac was drunk at the royal court at that time, with Rémy planting his first vineyard in 1724. This unique mixture was greatly inspired by grandeur. Aroma:
Ripe fruit and vanilla with a slightly herbal burgundy tone. Taste:
Round and balanced vanilla and dried fruit. Conclusion:
Distinctive, but not very oak finish. Overall impression:
Remy with a little extra majestic taste.