Rémy Martin Club Cognac
Growth area & soil: Fine Champagne
Rémy Martin Club Cognac from the Fine Champagne
This is a bold and intense expression of Cognac from one of the Big Four Cognac houses, thanks to its assemblage of Fine Champagne eaux-de-vie aged for up to 20 years - making it a Napoléon Cognac. The Remy Martin Club Cognac contains eaux-de-vie between 5 and 25 years old, and can be enjoyed in a number of ways. The complex aroma and flavor profile is particularly nutty, roasted and warm with baking spices.
Containing eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne, the octagonal decanter is iconic. It takes 70% of its eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne, and 30% from the Petite Champagne. Both are renowned for producing the finest Cognac in the region, thanks to the unique makeup of the soil and high chalk content.
Designed by Cellar Master André Giraud, the Remy Club Cognac was created in 1985 as an intense, aromatic and complex Cognac for men.
How to enjoy the Rémy Martin Club
The long and intense finish makes it perfect for pairing with rich flavored foods and fine tea. Enjoy it on ice to intensify its power. Store in a cool, dry place.
The Remy Martin Club Cognac Decanter
The unique bottle is octagonal and its eight facets refer to the lucky number eight in China, and the bottle arrives in a sleek silver-look box.
A repeat purchase
I buy this cognac up to 3 times a year as a gift. This is the first time I have purchased since BREXIT, and the ordering, service and delivery were all exemplary as usual. The recipient is a very happy chap that we can still get his favourite tipple, thank you.
About 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 the highest quality in Cognac production. With products such as its famous blend Louis XIII, the house of Rémy with the black centaur logo on its bottles has found international acclaim and has seen an exciting history of family feuds, mergers - and in recent years - a boom in US popular culture.
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