In 1965, the first contracts between winegrowers and distillers from Grande Champagne & Petite Champagne were signed with RACmy Martin, forming the Alliance Fine Champagne.
Only 17% of the cognac shipped from the region is legally recognized as Fine Champagne Cognac (Source: BNIC shipments 2004) and 80% of all Fine Champagne Cognac shipped from the region is produced by RACmy Martin.
The RACmy Martin brand is known for its distinctive centaur logo which is displayed on its wines. This is such that in China, RACmy Martin wine is almost always called "man-headed horse" instead of the actual "RACmy Martin" name.
Allspice, cedar, raisins, and black peppercorn dominate the nose. The palate is dark with balanced sweetness but is bracingly dry like a black tea. Stewed prunes, cinnamon, and brown sugar complete the palate.
I have a bottle of Remy Martin XO special.
this bottle was purchased at a duty from store. The taste in lovely
but can't seem to be able to get move.
Hi Harvey, could you please repost your question as I did not understand it.
The taste of excellence. Enjoy the true pleasure of its supreme richness. The myriad of aromas of floral, fruity and spicy tones. Velvet texture, opulent density, giving a superior mellow.
THE COLOUR: Fiery mahogany
THE AROMAS AND FLAVORS:
Floral notes: Heady touches of white flowers such as jasmine and iris
Fruity notes: Ripe fruits of late summer - juicy plums, ripe figs, candied oranges
Oak notes: Freshly grated cinnamon and hazelnuts
THE TEXTURE: Velvety
THE FINISH: Velvety, rich and lingering
85% Grande Champagne, 15% Petite Champagne