I have an original unopened bottle with the crystal top with it. It is ina green felt box. Does anyone know about this one? I don't see anything on line about the green felt box?
Thanks for your help.
Do you want to sell it ?
Let me know
The green felt box is from late 1930s through 1950s. Very collectible. Does it have a silk liner, yellow cardboard liner or gold cardboard liner? Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
I own a bottle of an original REMY MARTIN Louis XIII Grande Champagne Cognac (1957 for Queen Elizabeth II)
It is in his red original boxe, never open and kept in great shape..
It is for sale, anyone interested, please make me an offer..
I got a 750ml Louis XIII that's in my wine collection for over 20 years. Is there anyone - specially in Las Vegas area - interested in it ? Please make an offer and if acceptable we can schedule a rendez-vous for pick-up. I also have two 1976 cuvee' Dom Perignon 750ml champagne bottles.
I have a bottle of Louis XIII cognac which is unopened and it the red box. I would love to sell it to someone, especially in south Florida. Ron
I live in the Fort Myers area -- what is your asking price -- is it a 750ml bottle ?
I own an original boxed Remy Martin XIII. It has never been opened. I got it from my uncle who died. It is at least 30 years old. I have pictures. Would you like to buy it? If so, how much?
Please email me the photo picture then I will offer you
why this one is 750ml? What's different with louis xiii grande champagne 700ml? is it the same one.Is there anyone can send me some photos?
Hi Yan, I'm sorry but I don't believe that is a such thing as a 700ml size. There is only 50ml, 750ml & 1.75liter sizes available for this product.
I also have a 700 ml bottle of this. Stamped right on the bottom. D7230 is the engraved number for the bottle. It is probably close to 40 years old. art
This is the cognac if you have to drink cognac I bought only two bottles in my life time. I do not drink cognac but if have to and have the money this is the one
Since 1724, the House of Rémy Martin has been driven by one quest - to capture the Heart of Cognac: Fine Champagne Cognac. Grapes from the most sought after vineyards, which offer the greatest ageing potential, longer maturation in oak casks, and the Cellar Master's savoir-faire combine to reveal a cognac of unique aromatic intensity: Rémy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac.