Remy Martin 1738 Cognac
Remy Martin 1738 Cognac celebrates the Louis XV’s decision to grant a young Rémy Martin the right to plant new vines on his land (banned in France at the time) with the Accord Royal in 1738. It’s said that the Cognac was enjoyed at the King’s court at the time, with Rémy having planted his first vineyard in 1724. This unique blend has been made with majesty very much in mind.
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. Behind Its Classic Appearance, 1738 Accord Royal Hides A Mellowness And Richness Made Up Of Incomparable Flavours. Through Its Copper And Amber Colour, It Reveals A Remarkable Smoothness.
65% Grande Champagne, 35% Petite Champagne
THE AROMAS AND FLAVOURS:
Oak Notes: An Abundance Of Chocolate, Cinnamon And Ginger With Hints Of Oak
Fruity Notes: Exotic Fruits, Candied Oranges
Floral Notes: Lily Of The Valley
A Particularly Mellow Sensation
Tasting Notes Of Remy Martin 1738 Cognac
Nose: Ripe fruit and vanilla with a slightly herbal vinous note.
Palate: Rounded and balanced vanilla and dried fruits.
Finish: Pronounced, but not overpowering, oak finish.
Overall: Rémy with a little extra majestic gusto thrown in.