Rémy Martin 1738
This cognac offers generous notes of plum and fig marmalade rounded out by intense oaky notes of toffee & toasted bread.
The mellowness of butterscotch; baked spices with hints of dark chocolate.
Exceptionally round with a creamy aftertaste and a concentration of nutty aromas imparted by a careful blend of eaux-de-vie aged in toasted French oak casks.
Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal celebrates a milestone in the Rémy Martin history.
In 1738, only 14 years after Rémy Martin started producing cognacs, King Louis XV of France, impressed by the quality of his cognac granted him exclusive permission - through the 'Accord Royal' (royal permission) - to plant new vineyards. A rare exemption at a time when it was strictly forbidden by the Council of State across the Kingdom.