Remy Martin Cognac Tasting
Join us for one of the premier cognac makers in the world. Remy Martin will be in the Cellars Friday, March 24th at 6:30pm.
In 1724, Remy Martin, a young winegrower in Cognac, begins selling cognac under his own name. In 1738, King Louis XV of France, grants Remy Martin the rare right to plant new vines in recognition of the excellence of his cognacs. Over the years, the cognacs become recognized as some of the finest in the world. These cognacs are made exclusively from Petite Champagne and Grande Champagne crus. Andre Heriard Dubreuil, son-in-law to Andre Renaud, took the reins as Chairman and launched a visionary partnership with winegrowers, known today as Alliance Fine Champagne, to guarantee the highest quality of cognac. Today, Remy Martin produces VSOP, XO, 1738 and Tercet, as their continuous lines, available worldwide. We will experience these cognacs together, offering one of the best line ups from Cognac. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to experience the best of Remy Martin. There will be no refunds to this tasting due to limited seating. Space is limited, so sign up today.
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