Rémy Martin Centaure Royal
Rémy Martin Centaure Royal is a 1980's release, positioned between XO and Extra. This is a rather rare version for the Asian market.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 349.95 349.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Louis XIII (1980-1981)
Since it's introduction in 1874 Louis XIII de Rémy Martin has been Rémy's most prestigious cognac, a blend composed of 1200 different cognacs which matured in wood between 40 and 100 years, bottled in a decanter which was shaped after a ancient Venetian bottle found on a Jarnac battlefield in the 19th century. In 1936 the glass decanter was replaced by a cristal version produced by Baccarat, Saint-Louis and Sèvres. The production of Rémy Martin Louis XIII is limited to 10.000 bottles annually.

Between 1980 and 1981 a number of old edition Louis XIII where boxed in plastic casings for the Asian market.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 2,495.00 2495.0 EUR
Rémy Martin Louis XIII (1963-1968)
Since it's introduction in 1874 Louis XIII de Rémy Martin has been Rémy's most prestigious cognac, a blend composed of 1200 different cognacs which matured in wood between 40 and 100 years, bottled in a decanter which was shaped after a ancient Venetian bottle found on a Jarnac battlefield in the 19th century. In 1936 the glass decanter was replaced by a cristal version produced by Baccarat, Saint-Louis and Sèvres. The production of Rémy Martin Louis XIII is limited to 10.000 bottles annually.

This old presentation of Remy Martin Louis XIII Brand Rarest Reserve was sold in the USA between 1963 and 1968, bottled in a Baccarat decanter, delivered in a red octagonal box and accompanied by a card stating this Cognac was served to King George V and Queen Elizabeth at Versailles in July 1938 and again in April 1957 when Queen Elizabeth visited France.  

Content 4/5 quart - volume 80° proof
€ 3,495.00 3495.0 EUR
Rémy Martin Louis XIII (2019-2024)
Since it's introduction in 1874 Louis XIII de Rémy Martin has been Rémy's most prestigious cognac, a blend composed of 1200 different cognacs which matured in wood between 40 and 100 years, bottled in a decanter which was shaped after a ancient Venetian bottle found on a Jarnac battlefield in the 19th century. In 1936 the glass decanter was replaced by a cristal version produced by Baccarat, Saint-Louis and Sèvres. The production of Rémy Martin Louis XIII is limited to 10.000 bottles annually.

This is the current version Louis XIII, presented in a rectangular box with a mirror inside and NFC technology.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 2,995.00 2995.0 EUR
Rémy Martin Louis XIII (2011-2019)
Since its introduction in 1874 Louis XIII de Rémy Martin has been Rémy's most prestigious cognac, a blend composed of 1200 different cognacs which matured in wood between 40 and 100 years, bottled in a decanter which was shaped after a ancient Venetian bottle found on a Jarnac battlefield in the 19th century. In 1936 the glass decanter was replaced by a cristal version produced by Baccarat, Saint-Louis and Sèvres. The production of Rémy Martin Louis XIII is limited to 10.000 bottles annually.

This particular release was sold between 2011 and 2019, presented in a vertical case with sliding doors and a mirror at the back.  

Content 70cl - volume 40%


€ 2,995.00 2995.0 EUR
Rémy Martin VSOP Reserve Exclusive
This Rémy Martin V.S.O.P. Reserve Exclusive is a discontinued duty-free release, containing older Cognac as the regular V.S.O.P.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 199.95 199.95000000000002 EUR
Rémy Martin VS Grand Cru
Rémy Martin V.S. Grand Cru Petite Champagne was released in the early 1990's and remained available until 2007. This is the old presentation.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 199.95 199.95000000000002 EUR
Rémy Martin VS Petite Fine Champagne
This Rémy Martin V.S. Petite Fine Champagne is a 1970's entry-level Cognac.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 199.95 199.95000000000002 EUR
Rémy Martin XO
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 it's introduction, the name changed into Rémy Martin XO Special which itself was replaced by Rémy Martin XO Excellence in 2003.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 499.95 499.95 EUR
Rémy Martin XO Premier Cru
Rémy Martin XO Premier Cru Grande Champagne was released in 2006 for the international Duty-Free market.

This is the second presentation.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 399.95 399.95 EUR
Rémy Martin XO Premier Cru
Rémy Martin XO Premier Cru Grande Champagne was released in 2006 for the international Duty-Free market. This is the first presentation.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 399.95 399.95 EUR
Rémy Martin XO Special
Content 5cl - volume 40%
€ 9.99 9.99 EUR
Rémy Martin VSOP
Rémy Martin VSOP, bottled in the 1980's.    

Content 200ml - volume 80° proof
€ 49.95 49.95 EUR
Rémy Martin VSOP Special Reserve
Content 50ml - volume 80° proof
€ 9.99 9.99 EUR
Rémy Martin VSOP
Content 3cl - volume 40%
€ 9.99 9.99 EUR
Rémy Martin VSOP
Content 3cl - volume 40%
€ 19.95 19.95 EUR
Hennessy VSOP Reserve
Content 3cl - volume 40%
€ 19.95 19.95 EUR
Rémy Martin 1988 Vintage Premier Cru
The Remy Martin 1988 Vintage Premier Cru Cognac is one of only 3 Remy Martin Grande Champagne vintage releases to date and is considered by connoisseurs and collectors alike as one of the rarest and most exquisite vintage Cognacs on the market.

Released in 2006.

Content 70cl - volume 45%
€ 999.95 999.95 EUR
Rémy Martin XO Cannes 2016 Limited Edition
This is the 2016 release Rémy Martin XO Cannes Limited Edition, created in honor of the 69th Cannes Film Festival. Rémy Martin is official supplier of  the festival since 2004 and started releasing special edition XO's in 2014.

Content 70cl - volume 40%
€ 799.95 799.95 EUR
Rémy Martin Louis XIII (1979-1987)
Since it's introduction in 1874 Louis XIII de Rémy Martin has been Rémy's most prestigious cognac, a blend composed of 1200 different cognacs which matured in wood between 40 and 100 years, bottled in a decanter which was shaped after a ancient Venetian bottle found on a Jarnac battlefield in the 19th century. In 1936 the glass decanter was replaced by a cristal version produced by Baccarat, Saint-Louis and Sèvres. The production of Rémy Martin Louis XIII is limited to 10.000 bottles annually.

Content 70cl - 40% volume
€ 2,495.00 2495.0 EUR