Sitting at the top of the 13,000 or so hectares of clay and compact soil that make up the Grande Champagne region of France, where the very..
"Since 1724, Rémy Martin has been first and foremost a vigneron. For almost 300 hundred years, they have been growing grapes and distilling wine into their precious eaux-de-vie. Even today, Rémy Martin continues to respect their distilling traditions by remaining committed to classical methods. For example, using lees in small copper stills called alambics to produce a more intense spirit with better depth and intensity of flavor. This adherence to tradition and quality has helped them maintain their consistency to keep their signature aromatic flavor. Eaux-de-vie (waters-of-life) are what give a cognac its distinctive, signature aromatic intensity and flavor. They can only be created after a long, delicate, and traditional distillation process. The very aromatic heart of Fine Champagne cognac. Furthermore, since only the finest eaux-de-vie can be selected, the Alliance Fine Champagne, together with wine growers and distillers, are extremely particular when it comes to the rigorous selection of these eaux-de-vie."
Much of the information on this page was obtained directly from the House's website.
Both large and small “maisons” are located in Cognac, France for your viewing and tasting pleasure. Typically they are open for..
“Since 1724, Rémy Martin has been first and foremost a vigneron. For almost 300 hundred years, they have been growing grapes and..