REMY MARTIN VS PETITE CHAMPAGNE COGNAC WHOLESALE PRICES WITH BULK SUPPLIER
The Rémy Martin is a maker of champagne cognacs including Grande Champagne, Fine Champagne and Petit Champagne cognacs. Rémy Martin is the second largest Cognac House, behind Hennessy. It’s grape plantations are the biggest in the Grande and Petite Champagne nicknames in the Cognac locale. Rémy Martin likewise acquires wine for refining from 1,200 producers in the area through the Fine Champagne Alliance. Rémy Martin VS Petite Champagne Cognac Wholesale
Rémy Martin V.S. Petite Champagne Cognac
Rémy Martin V.S., formerly Rémy Martin V.S. Grand Cru, was created in 2007 by Rémy’s cellar master Pierrette Trichet (see Rémy Martin – The Art of the Cellar Master video below). Rémy Martin V.S. is Petite Champagne Cognac, that blends eaux de-vie from the Petit Champagne growing cru in the cognac region. Rémy Martin describes its V.S. as the highest quality V.S.
What does Rémy Martin XO taste like?
Rémy Martin XO is an exquisite cognac that wouldn’t feel awkward in a James Bond film. The nose is warm and rich, bringing out new brioche slathered in orange jelly and served on a bed of jasmine. Smooth is the word frequently used to portray the XO’s sense of taste, and it couldn’t be more well-suited – your tongue is encompassed by orange, vanilla, spread and pear, yet it’s held fascinating because of a gnawing flavor. Clove and cinnamon charge in front of hazelnut and pepper.
Presentation of the bottle
An understated showcase, this selection boasts simple sophistication. The clean black, gold and silver labeling is typical of Rémy Martin displays and creates effortless elegance. Instantly recognizable for its rich sense of heritage, the minimal style allows the Cognac’s brilliance to speak for itself. One to proudly at a party.
How to enjoy
A versatile selection, there are many ways to enjoy this Cognac. Invite the fruity, floral flavors with a drop of water. Or, if you prefer, mix into your favorite cocktail to offer a fresh, fruity feel.
This is a cognac better suited to mixing than sipping. We tried Rémy Martin V.S. with ginger ale and a fresh slice of ginger and it produced one of the best cognacs and ginger we have tasted. We also tried it in a side car with the Rémy Cointreau Group’s triple sec, Cointreau. The Cointreau smoothed out the sharp spice of the Rémy Martin V.S. and worked very well.