Louis XIII de Remy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac 750ml

SKU #690099 90-95 points Wine Enthusiast

 The aroma features fig, prune, pastry dough, honey and maple scents. On palate, Louis XIII offers long and intensely woody flavors; additional layers of flavor, including figs, dates, prunes, dried apricot and vanilla, are featured at midpalate. Finishes elegantly, warm, smooth and more oaky than fruity succulent. Only minor rancio.  (10/2007)

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Blended from 1,200 eaux-de-vie exclusively from the Grande Champagne region, and aged up to 100 years in century-old tierçon barrels, LOUIS XIII is one of the rarest spirits in the world. Four generations of cellar masters have succeeded each other to produce a cognac with unparalleled aromatic richness and the most complex flavor palate ever achieved.

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By: David Othenin-Girard | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/25/2015 | Send Email
Louis XIII is all about history and authenticity. It's absolutely silly the time and expertise that goes into creating this special blend. It's the ultimate luxury experience and a window into the History of Cognac. This special cognac represents a continuity between the first bottling many decades ago. Want to actually taste the cognac that Charles De Gaul opened at the end of WWII - this is the stuff. With a minimum age of 40 years, none of the 4 master blenders has actually tasted their final blend, but they have compared them to older bottlings to make sure that the quality remains identical through out each bottling. The gorgeous hand blown crystal just adds to the majesty. Truly decadent and totally worth every penny.

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Grande Champagne