Remy Martin Prime Cellar N°16 Cognac 1 Litre

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Celebrating the aromatic diversity of our various aging cellars, Rémy Martin “Prime Cellar Selection” Cellar N°16 is a powerful cognac with intense vanilla notes.

In 2013, Pierrette Trichet decided to celebrate the aromatic diversity of the various aging cellars at our Domaine de Merpins in Cognac. Each cellar has its own characteristics that imbue the eaux-de-vie with specific aromatic notes.

Cellar N°16 contains new casks, which together with the warmer air in the upper parts of the cellar give rise to intense vanilla notes.

The cognac is called “Prime Cellar Selection” because Cellar N°16 contains new casks that are the prime location for aging.

Tasting Note: Nose of intense vanilla notes, both fresh and melting, combined with the fruity aromas of warm apple pie. Seductive vanilla taste and fruit flavors with a round, long, and pastry-like finish. Well-rounded and smooth body.

Additional Details

SKU:
50130-GB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
Cognac
Varietal:
Cognac

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