Rémy Martin VSOP, first produced in 1927, blends eaux de-vie from the Grand Champagne (55%) and Petit Champagne (45%) growing crus in the cognac region. Ninety seven percent of the eaux-de-vie in Rémy Martin VSOP is distilled from Ugni Blanc grapes. Rémy Martin also adds a small percentage of eaux-de-vie distilled from Colombard and Folle Blanche grapes. Rémy Martin VSOP is a powerful, well balanced and elegant cognac whose versatility is well suited for sipping and mixing in cocktails.
|2 - 5||$65.00|
|6 - 11||$64.00|
|12 - 23||$63.00|
|Bottle Size:||750 ML|
|Growth Area:||Grand Champagne (55%) Petite Champagne (45%)|
|Alcohol by Volume:||40.0%|
|Country of Origin:||France|
|Product Stock #||CGRMVSOP750|
Color: 22K copper gold.
Nose (Nez): Vanilla and cloves.
Mouth (En Bouche): Dried figs, raisins, brazil nuts, dark cocoa powder, caramel, liquorice, cola and oak.
Finish: Medium with salty tones and spicy nuts.
Overall: Remy Martin is a cognac that shows its age and wears it well. There is no youthful freshness in Remy Martin’s VSOP, but rather mature scents and flavors of leather, spice and bittersweet chocolate. Because of its darker spicy complexity, Remy Martin VSOP is well suited to introspective sipping and mixing with ginger ale.