I've seen Cognacs come and go over the past couple of decades and this one has been consistent throughout. Just great stuff.
Wine Maker Notes
The Cognac region has been planted with vines since Roman times. In fact, the Latin word Campania or Champagne means chalk, which describes the soil type, and gives its name to our.
The Grande Champagne & Petite Champagne crus, where Rémy Martin grapes are grown, are so sought after, in fact, that ground rents are on average 20% higher than other areas in the Cognac region.
Our crus have a highly distinctive soil and climate. Porous chalky stones ensure ideal and stable water supply to the vines, while white surface gravel reflects sunlight for optimum maturation of the grapes.
Rémy Martin is a French brand that primarily produces and sells cognac(a brandy from the Cognac region of France). The brand specialises in Cognac Fine Champagne such as that which was originally produced by French winemaker, Rémy Martin. Martin founded the business in 1724 and it is now owned by Rémy Cointreau, a company that was established in 1991.