About Remy Martin Cognac

Cognac is brandy, but not all brandies are cognac; only brandy from the Cognac region of France can be called cognac. Remy Martin is a cognac from the Cognac region that has been produced since 1724.

Remy Martin VS
VS,” meaning “very special,” is the youngest and cheapest of Remy’s cognacs. Aged for a minimum of two years, the standard 750-milliliter bottle sells for around $35 as of 2010.

Remy Martin V.S.O.P.
“V.S.O.P.” stands for “very superior old pale” and is Remy’s best-selling cognac. It is aged at least four years and is about $60 for a standard bottle as of 2010.

Remy Martin XO
Meaning “extra old,” Remy Martin XO is aged for a minimum of 10 years. Noted for its complexity and smoothness, it sells for around $225 as of 2010.

Remy Martin Louis XIII
The highest quality cognac, Remy Martin Louis XIII is a blend of 1,200 cognacs ranging from 40 to 100 years old. It can be purchased in a Baccarat crystal decanter for around $1,700 as of 2010.

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