WINE & SPIRITS
REMY LOUIS THE 13TH COGNAC (750 ML)
- Type: Cognac
- Brand: Rémy Louis XIII
- Region: Cognac, France
- ABV: 40%
- Flavor Experience: floral, vegetal, grass, earth, wood, smooth rich flavor.
- Suggestions: Rémy Martin Louis XIII Cognac, Maxime Trijol Extra Grande Champagne Cognac, Martell De Jean Martell Cognac!
Rémy Louis the XIII Cognac is produced by Rémy Martin, located in Charente a historic town in the Aquitaine region, in the middle of Grand Champangne Cru - Cognac, France. The house of Rémy Martin was founded on the banks of the Chardene River in 1724. The cognac was named after King Louis XIII of France, reigning when the Remy Martin family first settled in Cognac region in the early 1700s. The cognac was named in tribute to King Louis XIII of France. He was the first monarch to recognize the cognac as it's own category, eaux-de-vie. The final blend is composed of up to 1,200 eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne vineyards, ranging from 50 to 100 years in age. The rich, chalky soil, produces the finest cognacs in the region. The cognac is aged at least for two years in French Oak casks. Over a century of production, Paul-Emilé Rémy Martin took over the business and began selling the cognac after the family name. In 1850, he began selling a blend of his best 100% Grande Champagne cognacs in a ornate decanter. Rémy-Cointeau Rich aromas of jasmine, passion fruit, and rose. There are flavors of nutmeg on the palate with a finish of figs, honey, prunes, and sandalwood. Rémy Louis the 13th Cognac is one ot the more prestigious cognac the house of Rémy Martin produces. Rémy Martin makes a great gift for a wedding or addition to your office, bar, and private collection.