Remy Martin Tercet Cognac

Remy Martin Tercet Cognac

Remy Martin Tercet Cognac

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Introducing Remy Martin Tercet Cognac – a harmonious blend that encapsulates the artistry of the Remy Martin Maison. Crafted with precision and passion, Tercet is a celebration of the three most noble grape varieties from the Cognac region: Ugni Blanc, Colombard, and Folle Blanche.

In this exquisite expression, the master blenders at Remy Martin have expertly woven together eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne crus, resulting in a Cognac that is both vibrant and well-balanced. Tercet is a testament to the Maison's commitment to quality, with each component contributing to the symphony of flavors that unfold with every sip.

Upon first glance, the golden amber hue hints at the depth and complexity within. The aroma is a dance of floral and fruity notes, with hints of white flowers, pear, and a touch of citrus. As the liquid caresses the palate, a delightful medley of apricot, honey, and ginger unfolds, complemented by subtle oak undertones.

The finish is smooth and enduring, leaving a lingering warmth that invites contemplation. Tercet is presented in an elegant decanter, echoing the sophistication and refinement that defines the Remy Martin legacy.

Whether savored on its own or as the centerpiece of crafted cocktails, Remy Martin Tercet Cognac invites you to explore the nuanced world of Cognac. Elevate your moments with this distinctive blend – a tribute to the heritage, terroir, and craftsmanship that define Remy Martin.

Radiant and golden, Tercet unveils a warm amber hue, suggesting the meticulous aging process and the fusion of exceptional eaux-de-vie. A visual promise of the rich and nuanced experience to come.

The aromatic journey begins with a delicate and inviting bouquet. Fresh floral notes of white blossoms intertwine with a burst of vibrant fruits, presenting an enticing combination of pear and citrus. A subtle touch of vanilla and honey adds depth to the olfactory symphony.

As the first sip graces the palate, Tercet reveals a refined tapestry of flavors. Succulent apricots and ripe pears take center stage, complemented by a subtle spiciness that introduces a harmonious balance. The interplay of sweetness and warmth showcases the mastery of blending, while a gentle hint of ginger adds a delightful complexity.

The finish is a lingering caress of elegance. Oak undertones emerge, intertwining with a trace of honey, leaving a gratifying and enduring warmth. Tercet's smooth and sophisticated conclusion is an invitation to savor the moment and appreciate the layers of craftsmanship within this exceptional Cognac.

Remy Martin only uses fruit from the most revered vineyards, Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne, whose terroir provide ideal conditions to ripen the grapes to perfection. Once distilled, our eaux-de-vie boast a rich and harmonious palette of aromas.Tercet is a permanent addition to the portfolio and is bottled at 42% ABV, the highest ABV of all existing Rémy Martin blends. Brandy distilled in a delimited region within France from specific grapes. Must be double-distilled to no higher than 72% abv. Required to be aged in oak for at least 2 years.
A full bodied pure bronze with brilliant clarity. An explosion of fresh tropical fruits and dried fruits, with cinnamon, ginger and hints of liquorice. The 84-proof blend gives a fresh, bold impression, rounded out with spices and fresh stone fruits. A round, smooth finale with a surprisingly long finish.
Cognac is distilled twice in onion-shaped copper pot stills (called alembic charentais), but unlike whisky, there is a strict timetable enforced. In the Cognac region, distillation begins towards the end of November, and must be finished by 31 March the following year.Cognac can only be made from grapes grown in the strictly defined Cognac region of France. It must be made from the juice of at least one of three particular grapes, the most common being Ugni Blanc and the other two being Folle Blanche and Colombard.

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