Rémy Martin - Louis XIII (Cognac)

Louis XIII Cognac is produced by Rémy Martin, which belongs to the Rémy Cointreau Group. The name was chosen in homage to King Louis XIII of France, reigning monarch when the Rémy Martin family settled in the Cognac region. He was the first monarch to recognise cognac as a category in its own right in the world of eaux-de-vie. Louis XIII cognac is produced in the Grande Champagne region of Cognac, from the cultivation of grapes to the distillation and aging of eaux-de-vie. The final blend is made up of up to 1,200 individual eaux-de-vie from the Grande Champagne vineyards, aged at least 50 to 100 years.

REMY MARTIN - LOUIS XIII - 1938 (with original box)

REMY MARTIN - LOUIS XIII - 1938 (with original box)

REMY MARTIN - LOUIS XIII - 1938 (with original box)
Cognac Remy Martin - LOUIS XIII - 40%
Cognac
70 cl (0.7L)
PROVISIONAL BREAKAGE
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REMY MARTIN -  LOUIS XIII - 1938 (without original box)

REMY MARTIN - LOUIS XIII - 1938 (without original box)

This bottle was made just after 1937, but before 1940, when production ceased due to the war. "Made in France by Baccarat" is engraved on the base, but their is no Baccarat logo. Very rare bottle - just few in the word
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