Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal
|Article:||Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac Fine Champagne|
|Region:||Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne|
|Barrel:||Toasted oak barrels (French oak).|
|Flavour:||Rich notes of plums and fig jam, rounded off by intensive oak notes, toffee and roasted bread.|
|Taste:||At the palate full-bodied and elegant, creamy-melting after butter toffee as well as notes of roasted spices with a breath dark chocolate.|
|Finish:||Long lasting aftertaste.|
|Drinking temperature:||Room temperature|
|Drink recommendation:||Pure, on ice or in cocktail classics with citrus notes - like the "Side Car".|
Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac is a distillate from the best grapes of the region Cognac. Traditionally distilled in small copper stills; the distillation is carried out on the yeast (sur lies). The distillate is married with a carefully selected choice of Eaux-de-Vie to a synthesis of the arts later.
The history behind 1738 Accord Royal
This cognac stands for a very important milestone in the history of the house Rémy Martin. In the year 1738 King Louis XV who was impressed deeply by the quality of the Rémy Martin Cognac permitted the cultivation of new vines by official decree (the so-called "Accord Royal"). This was a great exception, because the expansions of arable land for the culture of the vine was forbidden at this time.
In 1997 the vintner in those days, Georges Clot, created a quite special Cuvée to set up a delightful monument to this historical moment. A tribute, whole according to the philosophy of the house Rémy Martin.
The original "Accord Royal" dates from the year 1738. For the cognac of the same name the originally bottle of this epoch as well as an elegant present tin which shows the royal decree of 1738 in statements was chosen.
|Country of origin:||France|
|Company:||Rémy Cointreau S.A.|
|Address:||Rue Joseph Pataa 16100 Cognac, France|