Remy Martin 1738 Brandy

Remy Martin 1738 Cognac 750ml

Remy Martin 1738 Cognac 750ml

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Introducing Remy Martin 1738, an exquisite Cognac that stands as a testament to the artistry and legacy of the renowned House of Remy Martin. Crafted with precision and care, this exceptional Cognac is a celebration of time-honored traditions and the pursuit of excellence in every sip.

Remy Martin 1738 showcases a deep amber hue in the glass, hinting at the rich and complex character that awaits. The nose is greeted with a symphony of aromas, featuring notes of ripe apricots, baked spices, and a touch of toasted oak, creating an olfactory experience that is both inviting and luxurious.

On the palate, this Cognac unfolds with layers of flavor that dance across the taste buds. Velvety and smooth, it reveals a harmonious blend of caramel, dried fruits, and subtle hints of cinnamon and vanilla. The well-balanced sweetness and lingering warmth contribute to a finish that is both satisfying and memorable.

Remy Martin 1738 is more than a Cognac; it's a refined expression of craftsmanship and heritage. Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the star ingredient in a classic cocktail, each drop encapsulates the dedication to quality that has defined the House of Remy Martin for centuries.

Presented in an elegant bottle adorned with the iconic Remy Martin emblem, this Cognac is a symbol of sophistication and discerning taste. Elevate your moments with Remy Martin 1738 – where time-honored tradition meets contemporary indulgence. Unwind, pour a glass, and savor the extraordinary journey encapsulated in every drop. Cheers to the exceptional taste of Remy Martin.

Radiant in the glass with a deep, lustrous amber hue, Remy Martin 1738 captivates the eye, hinting at the opulence and complexity within.

The nose is a luxurious bouquet of aromas, offering an inviting blend of ripe apricots, rich caramel, and subtle hints of baked spices. Undertones of toasted oak and a whisper of vanilla add layers of depth, creating an olfactory experience that is both indulgent and sophisticated.

With the first sip, Remy Martin 1738 unfolds its velvety character on the palate. Silky and smooth, it unveils a symphony of flavors, featuring luscious caramel, dried fruits, and a delicate interplay of cinnamon and vanilla. The palate is a journey of impeccable balance, where sweetness and warmth coalesce seamlessly.

The finish is enduring and gratifying, leaving a lasting impression of nuanced flavors. A gentle warmth lingers, complemented by the echoes of caramel and subtle spices, inviting contemplation and appreciation with every sip.

The Remy Martin house was founded in 1724 and today their production methods remain very similar to those of almost 300 years ago. Distillation takes place in traditional, small alembic copper pot stills before maturation in the finest French Limousin oak casks.
The cognac is a blend of more than 60 different Eaux-de-vie that must age for at least three years. Remy Martin is a producer of high-quality cognacs and other spirits. All of Remy Martin's cognacs come from grapes grown in the region of Cognac, France.Each batch is distilled twice over, a process that takes approximately 24 hours. Lengthy but essential to get the purest essence of the grapes' aromas, we have used double distillation since our founding in 1724.
The blend is exclusively from the Fine Champagne terroir, 65% Grande Champagne and 35% Petite Champagne and contains over 240 eaux-de-vie, aged between 4 and 20 years old, with an average age of 12 years.
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