Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal
In 1738, a royal decree allowed Rémy Martin to plant more vineyards, where others were forbidden. Created to honour this momentous achievement, Rémy Martin 1738 has a regal appearance with mellow and rich flavours that are smooth and well-balanced on the palate.
On the nose, generous plum and fig marmalade are rounded out by oaky notes of toffee and toasted bread. The taste is balanced with the mellow butterscotch, baked spices and dark chocolate. The finish is well complex, with a concentration of fruit and nutty flavours.
The world renowned house of Rémy Martin Cognac was first founded in 1724, when an ambitious young wine maker, born and raised in the region, decided to sell Cognac under his own name.
Over the course of its almost 300-year history, Rémy Martin Cognac has been at the pioneering forefront of Cognac distillation, a legacy that culminated in the creation of “Fine Champagne Cognac”.
Fine Champagne Cognac is a legally recognised denotation of Cognac created only with Eaux de Vie from the superior Grand and Petit Champagne crus of the Cognac region. They are appreciated around the world to be Cognac’s of superior quality, aroma and taste.