Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal derives its name from a land grant from King Louis XV to Rémy Martin in 1738 that permitted them to use his majesty’s land in the Champagne region of the Charente for viticulture. Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is a Fine Champagne Cognac made with eaux-de-vie from Grande and Petite Champagne, According to BNIC standards, 1738 Accord Royal would qualify as a VSOP, because all of the eaux-de-vie are at least four years old. Because 1738 Accord Royal is also blended with some eaux-de-vie aged up to twenty years, Remy Martin would be underselling it as a VSOP and has not given this cognac a designation, choosing instead to name it after the King Louis XV land grant.
|2 - 5||$73.00|
|6 - 11||$72.00|
|12 - 23||$70.00|
|Bottle Size:||750 ML|
|Growth Area:||Grand Champagne (65%) Petite Champagne (35%)|
|Alcohol by Volume:||40.0%|
|Country of Origin:||France|
|Product Stock #||CGRM1738RYL750|
Color: Dark caramel/amber copper.
Nose (Nez): Fresh citrus, lime.
Mouth (En Bouche): Butterscotch, warm spices, vanilla, caramel, bittersweet chocolate, peach, light tannins and toasted oak.
Finish: Hazelnut fade.
Overall: Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is a delightful aged cognac with a spring in its step, well-crafted for sipping or mixing. The younger eaux-de-vie make it fresh and approachable, while the older eaux-de-vie provide it with a deep complexity. There is a marriage of fresh citrus tones with an aged whiskey-like character. The blend of a wide range of aged eaux-de-vie make 1738 Accord Royal an intriguing cognac for sipping and mixing. Rémy Martin notes: “1738 Accord Royal works best with cocktails that include citrus flavors”, like the Sidecar or Sazerac.”