About this Remy Martin
This unique blend of Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal commemorates the reward of excellence bestowed on Rémy Martin by the King Louis XV of France in 1738.
A Cognac that celebrates the Louis XV’s decision to grant a young Rémy Martin the right to plant new vines on his land (banned in France at the time) with the Accord Royal in 1738. It’s said that the Cognac was enjoyed at the King’s court at the time, with Rémy having planted his first vineyard in 1724. This unique blend has been made with majesty very much in mind.
Awards Won: Double Gold, 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
Cask type: toasted French oak
Still type: copper pot (alembic charentais)
Released: 1997; ongoing
Proof: 80 (40% ABV)
Aged: 4-20 years