The Martell Noblige By Jason Wu Cognac is a special edition of Martell's Noblige edition. Martell Noblige Napoleon is a reference when it comes to the upper premium VSOP / Napoleon cognac. This 70cl bottle reveals a great blend, aged in oak barrels. The black Cognac bottle itself is elegant and contemporary.
Infused with timeless codes of masculine style and elegance, Jason Wu has brought his own perspective to reinvent the Martell Noblige. Leather-like effects in deep black with touches of gold, inspired by the dinner jacket, extend an invitation to enter a sophisticated world in which conviviality and elegance are paramount.
Martell Noblige and Jason Wu share common values based on that genuine elegance which comes from inner resources and is in no way superficial. “Elegance is much more an innate sensibility, something that comes from the inside” commented the charismatic artist. With his sober and sensitive style, he crafted the bottle and presentation box with the greatest attention to detail, while suggesting inner elegance – perfectly matching the cognac contained inside.
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The content seems to be the same as the original Noblige: Its color is dark copper, on the nose some fresh and fruity notes, slight hints of dry fruits and oak. Taste: Floral aromas, some vanilla and nuts. Borderies eaux-de-vie cru. The aftertaste is smooth and long at the same time. A delight to enjoy straight, warmed gently in your hand.
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!