Rémy Martin Grande Reserve Baccarat



The discontinued Rémy Martin Grande Reserve was the second-oldest expressions available from this famous cognac house. It was made with an assemblage of extremely old eau-de-vie from Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne and was second only to the rarest product of Rémy: The legendary Louis XIII. Black frosted bottles do appear on auctions occasionally but this Baccarat decanter is a rare sight.

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Rémy Martin is one of the four biggest Cognac houses, founded in 1724 by French winemaker Rémy Martin. Until the 1920’s Rémy Martin played a modest role in the world of Cognac but this changed with the introduction of Rémy Martin VSOP in 1927. Cognac Rémy Martin contains only grapes from the two most appreaised terroirs: Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne.

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Weight 4 kg





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