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Martell refers to the popular cognac house founded by Jean Martell in 1715. One of the oldest of the great cognac houses, a Martell in hand, refers to tradition and class.
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Originally, Jean Martell used grapes Borderie subregion’s vineyards. He also used Trocais oak as casks. This turned out to produce an exceptionally smooth cognac. When Jean Martell died in 1753, his widow and his two sons, followed by his grandson, carried on this tradition and further developed the business. An uncompromising philosophy, “I want only the best, without artifice”, was what Rachel Martell (Jean Martell’s wife) upheld. Eventually, the Martell brand became the best cognac brand in England in 1814 and was welcomed to the world with open arms.
But before that, in 1783, the Treaty of Paris, which recognized the United States’ independence led way to the first shipment of Martell cognac to the United States’ shores. A total of 87 units of Martell Eaux-de-vie was delivered then. King George II also allowed Martell Cognac to be imported into England during the continental blockade, once again proving that one simply cannot live without Martell cognac.
Martell has indeed been a favourite for many, being served abroad the Queen Mary in 1936, was served at the coronation of King George V of England and the Concorde in 1977.
The very first Martell Very Superior Old Pale (VSOP) Medaillon cognac was created in 1831. Blended from old Eaux-de-vie that is chosen from the best four crus in the Cognac region, the cognac bears a gold medallion that has the portrait of Louis XIV engraved on it. This is to commemorate 1715 when the House of Martell was born. This best cognac is also known as the Martell VSOP Medaillon old fine cognac as Troncais oak is used in the aging process. Since its creation, it has gone on to symbolize refinement and savoir-faire globally.
However, arguably the most famous cognac produced by Martell is the Martell Cordon Bleu, which was created in 1912. Bottled by Edouard Martell, the Cordon Bleu is synonymous with quality cognacs and is unequalled in the world of cognac. Aged in fine-grain oak barrels, the Martell Cordon Bleu is full of flavour.
Another range of cognacs from the famous Martell house is the Martell XO. Instantly identifiable due to the bottle’s unique and contemporary design, this cognac is Martell’s signature interpretation of the Grande Champagne terroir. Aged in barrels of fine-grained oak and having gone through double distillation, the Grande Champagne Eaux-de-vie is revealed but balanced by the elegance of the Eaux-de-vie from the rare Borderies cru. The results? A cognac that has an intense, forceful yet charismatic personality.
To take note of, the Martell Noblige Cognac is a stylish and elegant cognac produced by Martell. There is an old French saying ‘noblesse oblige’, which means ‘nobility carries obligation’. The Martell Noblige Cognac refers to that saying. A blend of the over 70 Eaux-de-vie from the most prestigious crus of the Cognac region gives this cognac an impeccably balanced flavour. You can enjoy the Martell Noblige cognac neat, with ice or in cocktails.
The House of Martell has also produced the Martell Chanteloup XXO. Chateau de Chanteloup, or the Martell family estate since 1838, is where the family gathers to celebrate important events and welcome special guests. The Martell Chanteloup XXO is a tribute to that serene haven. This special cognac is made out of an exceptional blend of 450 rare Eaux-de-vie that is from the four most prestigious cognac crus, namely Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies and Fin Bois. The Maison Martell is the only great cognac house to have ever combined Eaux-de-vie from the four crus, showcasing how the Cellar Master’s supremacy at the art of blending. This is the essence of the Martell style – combining personalities and complexities of different crus so that they ultimately complement each other. It is best to enjoy the Martell Chanteloup XXO neat so that the aromatic complexity is fully enjoyed.
The Martell Création Grand Extra has a really strong personality and extraordinary power. Marked by the presence of old Grande Champagne Euax-de-vie with the combination of Borderies, a powerful and vibrant cognac is born. Both the fresh and fruity notes of the Borderies and spiced personality of Grande Champagne is present. Aged for at least 10 years in Martell’s cellars, this best cognac is an innovative and special tribute to the spirit of Martell.
Indeed the best cognac brand in the world, you can never go wrong with Martell. Buy a bottle from Whisky.my today!