An Everlasting Legacy


Discover the exquisite terroir of Grande Champagne, the Cognac region's first cru. A unique gem of nature, this preserved area has been fostered by generations of winegrowers to produce grapes cultivated on soil that dates to 70 million years. LOUIS XIII Cognac's unique flavour profile is a result of its terroir, which is characterized by chalky soils and influenced by the Atlantic Ocean.

Paul-Émile Rémy Martin invented "Grande Champagne Très Vieille Age Inconnu" in 1874. He later renamed it LOUIS XIII in honour of the French king who ruled at the time his family settled there. Since then, there has almost been no change to the distinctive flavour profile of this artisanal spirit.

The LOUIS XIII Cognac legacy has kept getting stronger over time, with tradition and heritage passed down from one generation to the next. Currently, in the hands of the Cellar Master, Baptiste Loiseau, who not only promises an unwavering fine taste of luxury for the future, but also highlights the craftsmanship of the past.

Time is Essence

To choose the ideal harvest date, the cellar master regularly tastes the grapes to assess their acidity and sweetness level. As the grapes are harvested to make wine, this wine is further distilled to create a fragrant eau-de-vie. After a series of blind tasting only a few are selected by the Cellar Master for aging in traditional oak tierçons. Finally, 1,200 distinct and rare eaux-de-vie, each distilled and selected at different times are blended together to create a masterpiece, the finest LOUIS XIII Cognac.


Remy Martin LOUIS XIII : Rare Cask 42.1

Remy Martin LOUIS XIII : Time Collection: City of Lights – 1900

Remy Martin LOUIS XIII Cognac


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