Martell VS Fine Cognac

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Martell Cognac

The Martell VS was blended 300 years ago, and it is an important part of the brand of Martell.

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

$38 - In stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

The Martell is a young blend, so no wonder we notice a very fruity aroma - with an idea of oak. The finish is rough, but short.

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Q&A for Martell VS Fine

K.U.Pushpakumara 2012-11-12

When I tried to open a Martel VS bottle(3 219820 000078) last friday, top round lid of the stopper only came out leaving the cork part inside the neck of the bottle since the cork was perished, resulting in cork part going in to brandy which disturbed our joy. I can forward photos if you give me an email address. My contact # is 0094 777 585 430. Best Regards/K.U.Pushpakumara

    Dez 2012-06-29

    i just found an old bottle of this unopened in the box that was given to my granparents long before i was born 27 years ago, id like to know the worth of this bottle. if anyone knows please post back! thanks! :)

      Russell Underwood 2012-01-28

      I think Martell is a very fine cognac and very smooth 2 the taste i enjoy it very much i would buy it by the case but the local dealers make a huge profit off of it.

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        Martell VS Fine

        Martell VS Fine

        The Martell is a young blend, so no wonder we notice a very fruity aroma - with an idea of oak. The finish is rough, but short.

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