Martell VSOP Cognac, France- Deep copper color. Reserved aromas of raisins in cream follow through on a soft , slightly flat entry to a dryish medium body with toasted oat, hay, and mild spices notes. Finishes with a brisk pepper spice and white ash fade. Smooth and mellow, the Martell VSOP Medaillon cognac is the fuit of a perfect blend among the eaux-de-vie from finest terroirs of the Cognac region. Rich, perfectly balanced and marked by the taste of oak.
The bottle of the Martell VSOP 1L Médallion – Very Superior Old Pale – bears a gold medallion with a portrait of Louis XIV and commemorates the year 1715, the year Maison Martell was born. It is a Cognac made from ripe and skilfully blended spirits from the four best terroirs in the Cognac region. Darker and more complex than the VS, this is a great after-dinner Cognac, but will also add spice to a range of good cocktails. Rich, smooth and mellow.
Tasting Notes Of Martell VSOP
Slightly fruity and floral aromas, subtle hint of vanilla.
mild flavor and complex, dry, full, with a touch of sweetness fruit.