Martell – Cordon Bleu XO Cognac
Association of more than 150 eaux de vie since 1912, Martell Cordon Bleu rivals roundness and softness...
Martell – Cordon Bleu XO Cognac
Association of more than 150 eaux de vie since 1912,...
Association of more than 150 eaux de vie since 1912, Martell Cordon Bleu rivals roundness and softness. Created by Edouard Martell in the copper robe, this exceptional reference in the world of cognacs is frequently associated with exceptional events, such as the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1920 or the inauguration of Queen Mary in 1936. His last appearance? In "Apocalypse Now," Francis Ford Coppola's masterpiece! Experience the piece de resistance of this Cognac maison, the Martell Cordon Bleu. This bottle is truly a piece of history.
Created back in 1912 by Edouard Martell, the recipe is now over a century old-- and it’s one that’s truly stood the test of time. At an Extra Old age quality, it is something of legend in the world of Cognac. There have been no changes to the recipe over the years; demonstrating its sheer timeless quality. It has a distinctive taste that's characterized by a predominance of eaux-de-vie from the Borderies terroir; the smallest in the Cognac region. Known for producing Cognacs that have a very specific aroma, the clay and flint composition of the soil makes for something quite rare. Find out more about the Borderies cru here on our blog. In total, the Cordon Bleu is a symphony of over 150 eaux-de-vie. The Cellar Master of the Martell Cognac house, Christophe Valtaud places emphasis on the importance of the Borderies eaux-de-vie in the blend; with a complexity and array of rich aromas to make it a Cognac that has established itself as legendary. He describes it as a unique Cognac in the Extra Old (XO) category. How to enjoy the Martell Cordon Bleu 70cl Of course, with the Cordon Bleu, the bottle is instantly recognizable.
A Cognac of this standard is perfectly presented in such a simplistic bottle - after all, when a drink is of this quality, it's only right that the flavor is allowed to speak for itself. Enjoy it neat or over ice. Martell Cordon Bleu Awards This has certainly caught the attention of spirit critics in its time, winning multiple awards such as: San Francisco Gold 2018 Silver Cognac - XO - 2013 International Wine & Spirit Competition Martell, the oldest Cognac house in the region As the oldest house in the Cognac region, dating back to 1715, it is only fitting that Martell have created such a Cognac legend in the form of the Martell Cordon Bleu. It has had a notable history since then, too.
It was enjoyed during the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, during the inauguration of Queen Mary in 1936, and has even starred in movies such as Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now! The Cordon Bleu has been reinvented time and time again by Martell throughout history; the most recent being the stunning royal blue Art of Generosity edition designed by Mathilde de L’Ecotais.
San Francisco Gold 2018
Silver Cognac - XO - 2013 International Wine & Spirit Competition
The oldest of the big cognac houses. A passion and precision transmitted for 300 years in the Martell family. A rich history marked by taste and know-how, with Martell cognacs served and appreciated for three centuries. Location, accuracy and time. The three major axes of Martell's know-how; excellence passed down from generation to generation since 1715 [...]
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