Wine Enthusiast 90 points - The label on this light caramel-brown liquid says it’s blended "for aromatic intensity.” Mission accomplished: The aromas are indeed intense, with sweet, high bursts of burnt caramel and orange peel, opening up to a slightly chocolaty fragrance. On the tongue, this one is a big, solid block of flavor, with lots of caramel from start to finish, adding some coffee and dark chocolate notes at the end. Despite the big-brute flavor, it has a mellow finish.
— K.N. (Dec 2010)
Mellow and extremely powerful. Cinnamon, clove, candied orange, prune, chocolate, limousin oak, brioche.
In 1738, King Louis XV exceptionally grants Rémy Martin a warrant to expand his vineyard. With 1738 Accord Royal, you will discover an authentic product, deeply rooted in territory and tradition.
Behind its classic appearance, 1738 Accord Royal hides a mellowness and richness made up of incomparable savors.
Through its copper and amber color, it reveals a remarkable smoothness, an aroma both intense and delicate, with hints of fruits and flowers.