Rémy Martin Age Inconnu
Rémy Martin Grande Champagne Age Inconnu (age unknown) is the oldest quality Cognac supplied by Rémy Martin. The original concept dates back to June 13th, 1874, when Paul-Emile Remy Martin officially registered the brandname of "Louis XIII Tres Grande Champagne - Age Unknown".

Age Inconnu is a blend of 1200 different eau-de-vie meticulously aged between 40 and 100 years, the name under which Louis XIII decanters where sold until around 1962. Age Inconnu remained available in regular bottles until the end of the 1970's.      

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 799.95 799.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Centaure Cristal
Rémy Martin Centaure Cristal was launched in December 1981, a 50 years old Fine Champagne Cognac, bottled in a Baccarat Sun decanter.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 999.95 999.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Extra Limoges
This Rémy Martin Extra Bernardaud Limoges is a 35-year old Fine Champagne Cognac, a blend of 90% Grande Champagne Cognac and 10% Petite Champagne Cognac.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 999.95 999.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Cognac de Voyage Sea Line
Rémy Martin Sea-Line was released in 2001 as a Duty-Free exclusive, part of the ‘Cognac de Voyage’ which also included Altitude, Trek and the ultra-rare Compass.

Content 35cl - volume 40%
€ 99.95 99.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Cognac de Voyage Trek
Rémy Martin Trek is a 2001 Duty-Free exclusive release, part of the 'Cognac de Voyage' which also included Altitude, Compass, Sea Line and Voyage.

Content 35cl - volume 40%
€ 99.95 99.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Centaure Limoges Blue
Rémy Martin Centaure Limoges was first released in December 1981, a 50-year old Fine Champagne Cognac, bottled in a Royal Blue Bernardaud Limoges decanter shaped after the mythological creature Centaure.  

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 499.95 499.95 EUR
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.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 999.95 999.95 EUR
Rémy Martin VS Grand Cru
Rémy Martin V.S. Grand Cru Petite Champagne has been aged twice a long as required. Released in the early 1990's and available until 2007 by when V.S. Grand Cru got replaced by V.S. Supérieur.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 149.95 149.95000000000002 EUR
Rémy Martin XO Special
Created by Cellarmaster André Giraud, launched in 1981, Rémy Martin XO is composed of a unique blend from up to 400 eaux-de-vie coming exclusively from the most sought-after vineyards of Cognac: Grande Champagne (85%) and Petite Champagne. Several years after its introduction, the name changed into Rémy Martin XO Special which itself was replaced by Rémy Martin XO Excellence in 2003. Rémy Martin XO Special contains Cognac aged 8-35 years, bottled in a round grooved decanter, sometimes referred to as the sun decanter.

Content 100cl - volume 40%
€ 299.95 299.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Extra (1997-2004)
This particular Rémy Martin Extra is a 35-year old Fine Champagne Cognac, bottled between 1997 and 2004. Rémy Martin Extra was introduced in the 1920s but was discontinued shortly after WWII broke out. Rémy Martin Extra resurfaced again in 1975 as Rémy Martin Extra Centaure and remained in production until the launch of Rémy Martin Centaure de Diamant in 2010.

Content 35cl - volume 40%
€ 299.95 299.95 EUR
Rémy Martin XO Special
Content 50 ml - volume 40%
€ 9.99 9.99 EUR
Rémy Martin Centaure Limoges Gold
Rémy Martin Centaure Limoges was first released in December 1981, a 50-year old Fine Champagne Cognac, bottled in a golden Bernardaud Limoges decanter shaped after the mythological creature Centaure.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 999.95 999.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Cognac de Voyage Altitude
Rémy Martin Altitude was released in 2001 as a Duty-Free exclusive, part of the ‘Cognac de Voyage’ which also included Voyage, Sea-Line, Trek and the rather illusive Compass.

Content 35cl - volume 40%
€ 99.95 99.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Extra (2004-2010)
This particular Rémy Martin Extra is a 35-year old Fine Champagne Cognac, bottled between 1997 and 2004. Rémy Martin Extra was introduced in the 1920s but was discontinued shortly after WWII broke out. Rémy Martin Extra resurfaced again in 1975 as Rémy Martin Extra Centaure and remained in production until the launch of Rémy Martin Centaure de Diamant in 2010.

Content 35cl - volume 40%
€ 399.95 399.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Napoléon Florentine decanter
This Rémy Martin Napoleon Grande Fine Champagne Florentine decanter was released in the 1970's. The decanter is a copy of a Florentine flask from the time of the Medicis which has been in possession of Rémy Martin since the early 1800's.

Content 35cl - volume 40%
€ 349.95 349.95 EUR
Rémy Martin L'Age d'Or
L'Age d'Or de Rémy Martin was produced between 1995 and 1997 for the rapidly expanding market of China to satisfy consumer demand for top quality cognacs (at that time, this cognac was marketed 25% to 30% lower than Louis XIII de Remy Martin). L'Age d'Or de Rémy Martin is a Fine Champagne Cognac, meaning that the eaux-de-vie selected are coming from the two best growth areas of the Cognac region: Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 1,495.00 1495.0 EUR
Rémy Martin Napoléon Florentine decanter
This Rémy Martin Napoleon Grande Fine Champagne Florentine decanter is a 1970s release. The decanter is a copy of a Florentine flask from the time of the Medicis which has been in possession of Rémy Martin since the early 1800's.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 599.95 599.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Extra Perfection
Rémy Martin Extra Perfection is a 35-year old Fine Champagne Cognac which was sold between 1989 and 1998. Rémy Martin Extra Perfection is a blend of 90% Grande Champagne Cognac and 10% Petite Champagne Cognac.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 499.95 499.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Centaure Limoges White
Rémy Martin Centaure Limoges was first released in December 1981, a 50-years old Fine Champagne Cognac, bottled in a white Centaure-shaped Bernardaud decanter.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 699.95 699.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Extra (1997-2004)
Rémy Martin Extra is a 35-year old Fine Champagne Cognac, a blend of 90% Grande Champagne Cognac and 10% Petite Champagne Cognac. Rémy Martin Extra was introduced in the 1920's, vanished some 20 years later but reappeared in 1975 under the name Extra Centaure. This decanter was bottled between 1997 and 2004.

Rémy Martin Extra phased out in 2010 by when it was replaced by Rémy Martin Centaure de Diamant.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 599.95 599.95 EUR