Martell VSOP (Very Superior Old Pale) is a cognac blended from old eaux-de-vie chosen from amongst the best crus in the Cognacregion. L'Or de Jean Martell is a blend of crus from the Les Borderies and Grande Champagne regions.
Golden amber. Bittersweet softness: lime and liquorice. Crystallised fruit: quince, raisin and plum. Spring undergrowth: fresh notes of oak wood (fine grain and hazelnut). Soft, mellow and complex with crystallised-fruit notes. Martell VSOP Médaillon cognac has an ample, round body. Long finish.
With its distinctive, arch-shaped bottle, Martell XO is a powerful symbol of inspiration - a testimony to Jean Martell's visionary spirit. Combining the elegance of the Borderies with the power of the Grande Champagne terroirs, Martell is an outstanding XO bearing the hallmark of the Martell style.
Golden amber with dark copper and mahogany highlights. Ground spice (black pepper, coriander) and red berries. Rich fruit flavours: fig chutney and compote, almonds and walnuts. Beeswax and sandalwood. This prestige cognac is rounded and fruity on the palate (notes of fig and walnut) followed by the characteristic power and finesse of eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne. A long and silken finish.
A Gascony Armagnac produced in Condom in South-West France, protected by a ‘AOC’ certification since 1936, renowned for the bottle’s slanted neck. It is aged for one year in oak casks.
Awards & Press Review
SILVER MEDAL: The Los Angeles Spirits Competition 2016 SILVER MEDAL: The International Spirits Challenge 2017
Fiery, full-bodied aromas. Their long ageing in local black oak casks allows them to develop fragrances of vanilla, prune, violet and spices, as well as a beautiful amber colour with hints of mahogany.
Courvoisier® VS Cognac is a blend of several crus aged between three and seven years (four to eight for Russia), composed principally of Fins Bois with a balancing hand of Petite Champagne.
Aromas of ripe fruits The chalky soil in Fins Bois delivers a hint of ripened fruits that is its signature aroma with a bouquet of spring flowers, which is a hallmark of grapes harvested at their peak from the Fins Bois crus with hints of oak.
A young cognac of the French cognac house, the blend consists of Fins Bois eaux-de-vie. The cognac has been aged for 3 to 5 years in oak casks.The spirit comes in a traditional bottle, designed in warm tones, reminding the copper of the Charente pot stills.
SILVER OUTSTANDING: International Wine & Spirits Competition SILVER MEDAL: International Spirits Challenge
Beautifully balanced, Bisquit VS Classique offers a core of fresh fruits aromas (pear and plum)and floral aromas over deeper notes of rich spice (cinnamon, oak wood and vanilla).
Cognac is produced from grapes grown on the limestone slopes of the Fins and Bons Bois regions in Cognac, Charente, France. Its double distillation and long ageing create an elegant and balanced bouquet.