The company Rémy Martin was founded in 1724 and is a family business. The house of Rémy Martin is located in the French district of Grande Champagne. This district is also known as a wine-growing region. The grapes for the Rémy Martin come from Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne.
The philosophy of the Rémy Martin brand is good teamwork and innovation.
Accord of Louis XV introduced the law in 1731 that planting new vines requires a royal permit. Rémy Martin received this permission 7 years later, in 1738.
The Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is a blend of approximately 240 eau de vie, 65% Grande Champagne and 35% Petite Champagne grapes and is aged between 4 and 20 years in Limousin oak barrels.
Nose: plums, figs, creamy toffee.
Taste: Apricots, peaches, notes of spices, caramel and chocolate, hints of cinnamon and chocolate.
Finish: Long lasting, creamy.