in 1794 Rémy Martin, a young winegrower in Cognac, begins selling cognac under his own name. In 1738 King Louis XV of France grants Rémy Martin the rare right to plant new vines in recognition of the excellence of his cognacs. 1830 sees the creation of the very first Rémy Martin Grand Champagne Cognac.
The grapes growing on those crus are known to yield wines of exceptional quality and finesse. Distillation on the lees and long ageing then reveal the full potential of the eaux-de-vie, creating the elegant and opulent aromatic signature of Rémy Martin cognacs.
Proud of its winegrowing heritage, the House of Rémy Martin has drawn its identity from the very heart of the Cognac region. It is the only major cognac House specialises in the creation of Cognac Fine Champagne.
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