Martell Noblige Cognac

Martell Cognac

Martell Noblige Napoleon is a reference when it comes to quality cognac. This 70cl bottle reveals a great blend, aged in Troncais barrels.The bottle itself is elegant andcontemporary -a signature of the founder can be found on the label.

Cognac age:
Napoléon
Growth area:
Blend
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
40%

59,00 € - In Stock

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Tasting Notes

Nobliges color is dark copper, on the nose some fresh and fruity notes, slight hints of dry fruits and oak. The taste is dominated by floral aromas, some vanilla and nuts. The blend is influenced by Borderies eaux-de-vie and the ageing process in "noble" Troncais casks. The aftertaste is smooth and long at the same time, of course you would not want to mix this fine cognac with anything else.

Martell is the oldest of the big cognac houses. Similar to Rémy Martin, but a few years older still, Martell will soon celebrate its 300 year anniversary. The history of Martell & Co dates back to 1715, when Jean Martell founded the company with the wish to produce only the highest quality in cognac. With the legendary bottles Martell Cordon Bleu, Martell Extra L’Or de Jean Martell and the recent Création Grand Extra from 2007, the company strongly implanted itself in the luxury goods market. It belongs to Pernod Ricard and has sales of around 15 million liters every year. The most precious eaux-de-vie, some of which date back to 1830, are stored in a secret location in the cellars of Jean Martell - approximately 1,6 million 9 liter cases!

4 reviews for Martell Noblige

Yvonne 2013-03-29

Hi, how long is usually consider vintage for cognac? I had a twenty Yrs old noblige and ox and cordon bleu too. What are market price for these? Thanks

    Yvonne 2013-03-29

    Is there a market for vintage hard liquor. How many years are considered vintage? I had a few that are about 20 years. Martell noblige cognac, xo hennessy cognac and cordon bleu too. Thanks

      Max (Cognac-Expert.com) 2013-01-03

      Dear Lawrence, thank you for your message. We think there are two reasons to this:1.) Martell and cognac houses in general raised prices on their products due to the limited amount and their need of growth. Especially Martell is very succesful with this, as they make a lot of profit via value, rather than mass. 2.) Noblige is a Cognac that is positioned (price and quality) between a VSOP, sort of a Premium VSOP and a Napoleon cognac.

        Lawrence 2013-01-03

        Would you be able to explain the following to me? During 2009 and 2010, I had no problem finding Martell Noblige Cognac 750ml bottles for sale online for about $40 to $45 dollars per bottle. Then in late 2011, they basically vanished and no one was selling Martell Noblige Cognac. I sent numerous emails to Martell and various cognac importers but no one would tell me why it was just about impossible to buy Martell Noblige online. Then in 2012 I noticed that a few sellers had the cognac back in stock, however, the price was significantly higher, usually over $60 per bottle. I then received your email and I noticed that you have Martell Noblige Cognac in stock and are selling it for about $62 for a 750ml bottle. Would you be able to tell me why this cognac became very difficult to acquire online and then when it returned to a few websites, it was much higher in price? Thank you very much for your help. Sincerely, Lawrence PS: My wife and I fell in love with Martell's Noblige Cognac both for the taste and the original price.

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          Nobliges color is dark copper, on the nose some fresh and fruity notes, slight hints of dry fruits and oak. The taste is dominated by floral aromas, some vanilla and nuts. The blend is influenced by Borderies eaux-de-vie and the ageing process in "noble" Troncais casks. The aftertaste is smooth and long at the same time, of course you would not want to mix this fine cognac with anything else.

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