Remy Martin Cognac


This established Cognac house has been around since 1724, for nearly 300 years, producing exquisite Fine Champagne Cognac and eau-de-vie de vin. Fine Champagne is the category of highest quality in cognac production. With products such as its famous blend Louis XIII, the cognac house with the black centaur logo on its bottles has found international acclaim and saw an exciting history of family feuds, mergers and in recent years a boom in US popular culture. Today, Rémy Martin is part of the Rémy Cointreau group, a powerful company with various luxury products in their range and a large international distribution network.  

Visit Remy Martin: 20, rue de la Societe Vinicole, 16100 Cognac, +33 5 45 35 76 00, Visit Rémy Martin all year around for exciting tours, tastings and thematic masterclasses. www.remy.comOther products by Rémy Martin: Pineau des Charentes

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    Tasting review: Eye: Deep amber, flashes of gold Nose: Floral yet sweet, soft fruity perfume of peach and melon. Hints of marzipan and nuts Palate: Orange blossom, woody spices, evolving into peaches, almonds, and cinnamon.  The finish is long and lingering, with delicate tones of grapes, sweet oaky spice, and fleshy soft fruits

    Tasting review: Eye: Deep amber, flashes of gold Nose: Floral yet sweet, soft fruity perfume of peach and melon. Hints of marzipan and nuts Palate: Orange...

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    NOSE: Very harmonious fragrances of lilac and seductive spices, such as nutmeg. TASTE: Exceptional aromatic strength and finesse with notes of leather, incense and black tea. BODY: Remarkable long finish, refined.

    NOSE: Very harmonious fragrances of lilac and seductive spices, such as nutmeg. TASTE: Exceptional aromatic strength and finesse with notes of leather,...

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    Tasting review by Remy Martin:Color Intense mahogany color The aromas and flavors Fruity notes: plum melt with hazelnuts aromas and delicate hints of orangeFloral notes: a subtle touch of jasmine A myriad of aromas as the facets of a stunning diamond Texture Satin and velvety Finish Harmony, opulence, and length.

    Tasting review by Remy Martin:Color Intense mahogany color The aromas and flavors Fruity notes: plum melt with hazelnuts aromas and delicate hints of...

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    The cognac is complex, on the nose some nice vanilla, rose and jasmine flower, on the palate apricot, some almonds and nutmeg. The finish is quite long and last for about 8 minutes.

    The cognac is complex, on the nose some nice vanilla, rose and jasmine flower, on the palate apricot, some almonds and nutmeg. The finish is quite long and...

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    Rémy’s cellarmaster Pierrette Trichet defines the cognac as ‘very intense with notes of almonds, leather, dried fruits and flowers; the blend is ample and powerful and the length is extraordinary’.

    Rémy’s cellarmaster Pierrette Trichet defines the cognac as ‘very intense with notes of almonds, leather, dried fruits and flowers; the blend is ample and...

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    Tasting review: Nose: Floral, honeysuckle, delicate perfume of peaches and melon.  Marzipan nuttiness & honey Palate: Almonds, peaches, orange, wood spices, cinnamon, and orange blossom. Finish:  Truly satisfying, lingering, sweet oak spices, delicate grapes, and floral notes.

    Tasting review: Nose: Floral, honeysuckle, delicate perfume of peaches and melon.  Marzipan nuttiness & honey Palate: Almonds, peaches, orange, wood...

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    Tasting review: Eye:  Copper gold Nose: Fruity - candied fruits, apricots, figs, apples, caramel, leather, oily nuts, oak tones Palate: Sweetish on entry, drying - many ripe fruit notes, raisin, ice wine, vanilla, and oak pepper.  A lingering, oaky and vanilla finish.

    Tasting review: Eye:  Copper gold Nose: Fruity - candied fruits, apricots, figs, apples, caramel, leather, oily nuts, oak tones Palate: Sweetish on entry,...

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    NOSE: Intense vanilla notes, both fresh and melting, combined with the fruity aromas of warm apple pie. TASTE: Seductive vanilla and fruit flavors with a round, long, and pastry-like finish. BODY: Well-rounded and smooth.

    NOSE: Intense vanilla notes, both fresh and melting, combined with the fruity aromas of warm apple pie. TASTE: Seductive vanilla and fruit flavors with a...

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    Tasting review by Remy Martin: Color:  Bright coppery gold Palate:  Fruity notes: apricot and peach.  Floral notes: violet, rose.  Spicy notes: sweet vanilla Finish:  Perfect balance and harmony, remarkably well-rounded.

    Tasting review by Remy Martin: Color:  Bright coppery gold Palate:  Fruity notes: apricot and peach.  Floral notes: violet, rose.  Spicy notes: sweet...

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    Eye: Deep golden, with brilliant flashes Nose: Delicious vanilla, ripe apricot, baked apple, and wonderful floral tones Palate: Enjoy ripe summer fruits, with hints of liquorice. Balanced, multi-layered, yet elegant and harmonious. Delightfully silky in the mouth.

    Eye: Deep golden, with brilliant flashes Nose: Delicious vanilla, ripe apricot, baked apple, and wonderful floral tones Palate: Enjoy ripe summer fruits,...

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    Tasting review by Remy Martin: Eye: Fiery mahogany Palate:  Fruity notes: ripe fruits of late summer - juicy plums, ripe figs, candied oranges,  Floral notes: heady touches of white flowers such as jasmine and iris,  Oaky notes: freshly grated cinnamon and hazelnuts Finish:  Velvety, rich and lingering

    Tasting review by Remy Martin: Eye: Fiery mahogany Palate:  Fruity notes: ripe fruits of late summer - juicy plums, ripe figs, candied oranges,  Floral...

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    Eye: Golden amber hueNose: Unique bouquet of white flowers, plums, and vanilla.Palate: Slowly reveals darker fruits, tantalizing hints of grated hazelnuts, and cinnamon. The finish is long, smooth, and consistent.

    Eye: Golden amber hueNose: Unique bouquet of white flowers, plums, and vanilla.Palate: Slowly reveals darker fruits, tantalizing hints of grated hazelnuts,...

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    On the nose this cognac reveals a unique bouquet of flowers, a rich structure of vanilla. On the palate: Some dark brioche, orange fruit and dark, mature fruit. The finish is long and consistent.

    On the nose this cognac reveals a unique bouquet of flowers, a rich structure of vanilla. On the palate: Some dark brioche, orange fruit and dark, mature...

14 reviews for Remy Martin Cognac

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B.Young 2017-02-21

IT' THE BEST OF ALL . BUT THIS WAS MY FAVORITE .

    Ronald Green 2013-05-21

    My bottle has been in my possession for 15 years.

    Early 1960's. Second edition of "âge inconnu"

    I have a bottle of Louis XIII, unopened and with stopper for sale. They are etched with the number 164. My research indicates that this bottle is from the late 50's to the the early 60's. No box. I am located in South Carolina USA

    Photos available in "my bottle". Accepting offers.

      Eddy 2013-05-07

      Anybody is interested in centaure cristal decanter of 1982 with cert no?

        John Marcus 2013-04-09

        After the China scandal, I'm sad to say I could clearly smell the plastic in Remy Martin's 1738. Believe me, I fought it...did not want to acknowledge it. But it reminds me of blowing up an old style air mattress or a kid's toy "floating" device at the pool. I feel like I've known something was "harsh tasting" in it for a while...but it didn't come together for me until the China situation. Sad. I live in the USA and really wanted "the real pure thing"...Hennessy Privilege is a little better...but I'm concerned about it as well. MY QUESTION IS...HOW CAN WE FIND OUT THE TRUTH ABOUT THIS SITUATION. I WANT TO KEEP BUYING COGNAC...BUT I JUST NOW POURED OUT 2/3 BOTTLE OF 1738. THAT HURT ME...BUT I CAN'T DRINK DISSOLVED PLASTIC. PUBLISH THE TRUTH ON THIS...AND YOU WILL SAVE THE FRENCH SPIRITS INDUSTRY. Tomorrow...03/25/13...I plan to buy a local brandy that I have more confidence in. Help!!!

          Peter Morley 2013-04-09

          I have come across a bottle of Remy Martin VS Petite Fine Champagne Cognac

          The lable reads

          Produce of France 70proof


          24fl.oz. 68.2cl.


          The rear label shows a map of the Champagne district


          I am guessing it was produced 70,s/80,s

          The concave base has the letter A, and the rim of the base reads

          Remy Martin & co Cognac LTD

          I would like to know if it is saleable and approx value

            Cigar Ole 2012-09-23

            Martina: "How was the the slogan for advertising Remy Martin in the Seventies and Eighties. I am translator translating a novel. The meaning of the sentence in English is "When opening a bottle of Remy Martin the good things will come of its own..."

            Remy Martin Louis XIII is the third biggest rip-off within the cognac industry.

            imagine how much it costs to give the world the above message!

            Who is paying for the worldwide extensive marketing? You are!

            Is it improving the quality of the cognac? No.

            A costly bottle just means less money left for the quality inside the bottle.

            At 1/10 the price you can buy much better cognac. I recommend:

            Leopold Gourmel 15 carats, Delamain XO, Jean Fillioux Tres Vieux.

            Skip Louis XIII, buy all three bottles, invite your friend to a Michelin Restaurant and save money!

              Vincent 2012-09-04

              Does anyone have Remy Martin XO Premier Cru 50ml (mini) for sale? Had been looking for it for a while. Email me at js-vincent@hotmail.com Thanks

                Martina 2012-06-29

                Dear Sophie and Max, may I asked you an question?

                How was the the slogan for advertising Remy Martin in the Seventies and Eighties. I am translator translating a novel. The meaning of the sentence in English is "When opening a bottle of Remy Martin the good things will come of its own" - I need this slogan in German language, I got it only in Chinese that is the novels language. Do you know this slogan or could you give me a contact where I can ask? Thank you so much!

                  Daniel 2012-06-18

                  Hi, I've received a bottle of Remy Martin XO as a wedding gift. I am not a big drinker especially with high quality drinks like this. I have never had this drink before so i don't know how to drink it. Like i said i am not a big drinker so should i mix it with something or drink it straight? I am a little worried to drink it straight because i may not like it straight up.

                    Jimmy nguyen 2012-06-18

                    I would like to sell your products or become one of your distrubutor I have a costumer want about 2 of the 40' container a month which is about 360 cases a month for all cognac brand if you could please email me more information or any requirement to sell your goods. Thank you very much!

                      Leo 2012-04-17

                      you should drink it in room temperature and savor the flavor as the cognac envelopes your mouth, throat and stomach

                        graciela 2012-03-14

                        I wonder if you should drink this cognac at room temperature or cold like champagne, because I bought a bottle of cognac and I have not touched it yet.

                          Lily 2012-03-08

                          Hi Peter, there are special deals for company visit, you can go to www.visitesremymartin.com to contact the visit manager. Enjoy

                            Peter 2012-01-08

                            What would be the best way to visit Rémy Martin? I heard they have exciting new opportunities and business programs. I work for a company that could imagine renting some of their spaces etc. - thanks for any input

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                              Remy Martin VSOP Limited Edition
                              05-06-2018 / If you thought that it was only Hennessy that had the monopoly on funky artist collaborations, then think again. Introducing the futuristic VSOP Remy Martin Limited Edition Cognac with Matt W. Moore. This almost psychedelic offering draws on a modern day take on very old, traditional Remy icons. The world-famous graphic designer/artist has re-imagined vines, leaves, Read full article...
                              Remy Martin Cannes Film Festival XO Limited Edition 2018
                              01-06-2018 / It was the 71st Cannes Film Festival and the 15th in which Remy Martin had been the official supplier. So this could only mean one thing: The 2018 Remy Martin Cannes Film Festival XO Limited Edition Cognac. This one takes the art of the pixel to a new level, with golden dots adorning the bottle label, Read full article...
                              The Role of the Cellar Master
                              15-05-2018 / What is the role of the Cellar Master? Whether head of the largest of houses or the smallest craft producer, this position is without doubt the most important one when it comes to making outstanding Cognac. Let’s delve into this a little further, because this is not a role that you simply walk into. Indeed, Read full article...
                              World’s Largest Cognac Decanter: Remy Martin Louis XIII Le Salmanazar
                              30-01-2018 / Calling all lovers of the “XIII”, there’s a new record breaker in town. Remy Martin has just unveiled a one-off presentation of its famous Louis XIII Cognac, in a massive 9-liter crystal decanter! For the purists, let’s call it by its proper name, a Salmanazar. And as an interesting aside, there’s only two decanter sizes Read full article...

                              History of Rémy Martin



                              Originally a winegrower, Rémy Martin founded the company in 1724. He implanted a strong family tradition; the business continued to be run by family members throughout generations to come. And all of them continued Rémy Martin’s passion for cognac and had a strong commitment to quality. By purchasing additional neighboring parcels of land in the excellent winegrowing area just outside of the town of Cognac in 1774, the family extended their activities to become one of the prime cognac producers in the region.


                              The essence of this success lies in the creation of Rémy Martin’s Louis XIII cognac, blended and registered by Paul Emile Rémy Martin in 1874 with the subheading “Tres Grande Champagne”.  The family tradition sadly came to an end in the early 1900s due to financial problems relating to the business. André Renaud from Gensac-la-Pallue saved the company by bringing in external funds and running it until his death in 1965. His son-in-law, André Hériard Dubreuil took over after his death, successively turning the company into an international player, for instance by introducing “Rémy Associés”, a worldwide distribution network for alcoholic beverages, including its own products as well as other selected labels of liquor, wine and spirits.


                              Like in any grand family tradition there was a feud… André Renaud senior had written in his will that his older daughter Anne-Marie would inherit 51 percent and his younger daughter Genevieve 49 percent of the company. Anne-Marie married André Hériard Dubreuil (who then ran Rémy Martin) and Genevieve married Max Cointreau, of the popular French liquor company. This was to be the beginning of the marriage between Rémy Martin and Cointreau until they finally merged in 1990 as Rémy Cointreau. Needless to say there were numerous feuds involved in this complex family undertaking, but the companies came out stronger and extremely successful on the other end, even though the financial crisis of the early nineties slowed down its rocketing start.


                              Rémy Martin today



                              Today, the merging of Rémy Martin with Cointreau in 1990 can only be regarded as an important development in the company’s develpment to international acclaim. Its very own distribution network is firmly in place since 2009 (after having been associated with distributors such as Maxxium, Vin & Sprit and Beam Global Brands). Rémy Cointreau owns additional brands Picon, an orange-based aperitif, the rums of Saint James de Martinique and Mount Gay, the Scotch Whiskey Glenturret, the fruit flavored liqueurs Péché Mignon and Passoa, the champagne labels Krug, Heidsieck and Piper Heidsieck and others.


                              Pierette Richet is Rémy Martin’s cellar master, one of the few women in this industry. She’s only the forth cellar master in 100 years, that is how much the tradition of the cognac house has been kept alive through the generations. Vincent Gere is the director of the cognac house and the estate. The visitor numbers reach 200.000 each year, among them many American tourists. 


                              Rémy Martin Prices


                              The prices of Rémy Martin cognac bottles differ: The offer goes from young, cheaper cognac to very, very old cognac - at its price. So let's have a look at some Rémy Martin prices. The Rémy Martin VSOP price is at about € 40, the XO Excellence price is  € 160 and how much is the price of Rémy Martin Louis XIII? Around € 1800. The bottle of Remy Martin VS can be purchased for a price of around € 25 to € 30.



                              News, Products, Anecdotes and Labels



                              In 2010, Rémy Martin introduced its clear spirit, Rémy Martin V, which can be purchased in select boutiques and shops. Instead of ageing in oak barrels, the eau-de-vie goes through an ice-cold filtration process. It has hints of pear and fresh mint and in fact tastes more like vodka than cognac.


                              Rémy also boast a range of other products, for instance the classic Pineau des Charentes or Remy Red, a touch of cognac infused with a mix of red berries, peaches and apricots.


                              In 2017, Louis XIII releases Remy Martin Louis XIII Legacy Cognac combining the legend of XIII with the ‘legacy’ of the house of Remy Martin. Everything to do with any Cognac created is down to the skill of the cellar master. And over the centuries, only five super-talented people have ever held this illustrious position at Remy Martin.


                              This limited edition Cognac is presented in its famous crystal decanter with fleur de lys shaped stopper within a delightful presentation case. But what makes Legacy so special is that the decanter sports autographs of four of the five above-mentioned cellar masters: Baptiste Loiseau, Pierrette Trichet, Andre Giraud, and Georges Clot.


                              Only 500 of this delightful limited edition have been produced, truly making it one for the collectors. Read more about this item in our blog article about Louis XIII Legacy


                              Visit Rémy Martin



                              Rémy Martin offers a variety of guided tours, tastings and thematic masterclasses. Visits begin with a ride in a small train around the premises, with stops at the cellars, the vineyards and finally the historical estate and the distillery.


                              Visiting hours are from April to October, Monday to Saturday (except on public holidays) and on Sundays (only from June 15 to September 15), from 9.45am to 11.15am and from 1.30pm to 5.15pm. From July 1 to September 15 visits are from 10am to 5.30pm without break. Under 18 year-olds have free entry.