Wine Enthusiast 90 points - The aroma features fig, prune, pastry dough, honey and maple scents. On palate, Louis XIII offers long and intensely woody flavors; additional layers of flavor, including figs, dates, prunes, dried apricot and vanilla, are featured at midpalate. Finishes elegantly, warm, smooth and more oaky than fruity succulent. Only minor rancio.
— P.P. (10/1/2007) — 90-95 (Oct 2007)
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Blended from 1,200 eaux-de-vie exclusively from the Grande Champagne region, and aged up to 100 years in century-old tierçon barrels, LOUIS XIII is the rarest spirit in the world. Four generations of cellar masters have succeeded each other to produce a cognac with unparalleled aromatic richness and the most complex flavor palate ever achieved.
The highest quality Cognac on the market today, Louis XIII de Rémy Martin has been carefully tended by three generations of Rémy Martin cellar masters.
The result is a magical combination of savoir-faire, art and patience.
Louis XIII de Rémy Martin uses only grapes from the Grande Champagne region which guarantees its unique, exclusive quality.
It is blended from eaux de vie, some more than a century in age, then it is aged in 'tiercons', barrels that are several hundred years old, in a cellar set apart for it alone.
Undoubtedly the world's finest, this exceptional Cognac has always been a favorite in the world of politics, fashion, and art.
Its connoisseurs include Christian Dior and Elton John. Queen Elizabeth II, who was served Louis XIII de Rémy Martin Grande Champagne Cognac in Versailles Palace in honor of her 1957 visit to France. And Winston Churchill, who celebrated his election victory with it in 1951.