Martell V.S. 1.5Ltr
1.5Ltr x 1
|Product:||VS Fine Cognac|
|Product Category:||Beers, Wines & Spirits > Spirits & Fortified Wine > Cognac|
- Signature cognac from the world's oldest major cognac house in France
Since 1715, Jean Martell and his successors have established an independent spirit, a creative flair and a passion for fine quality in the Cognac that bears his name. Martell VS, smooth and perfectly balanced, is enjoyed all over the world, either served straight, on ice or mixed.
Additional Pack Information
60 UK Units.
Enjoy MARTELL responsibly.
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Martell has been producing fine cognac since 1715. In 2015 we will be celebrating The House's 300 year anniversary.
Martell VS Fine Cognac is produced from the most prestigious crus of the Cognac region, selected by the cellar master and aged in French oak barrels. Martell VS has rich fruit and spice notes framed by citrus and fresh pear. Its harmonious, finely balanced blend makes it the ideal cognac for long drinks and cocktails.
Martell, the oldest of the great cognac houses was founded in 1715, at the height of French Art de Vivre, a philosophy embracing creativity, expertise and substance. For three-hundred years The House of Martell has instilled this philosophy into its cognac-making craft, turning ordinary moments into extraordinary pleasures.
Making Martell Cognac is a complex process. Every step is key to getting the right balance of flavours.
Since 1715 Martell have used eaux-de-vie made from grapes grown in Borderies, the smallest and most exclusive terroir in the region.
Martell has its own unique distillation method. After heating the wine in traditional copper pots, we leave the sediment to settle, using only the clear surface liquor, which is distilled in the traditional Charente double distillation method. We are the only Cognac house to distil clear wines in this way, producing exceptionally fine eaux-de-vie.
Martell ages in Tronçais oak wood barrels. Tronçais means the trees have been planted closer together to slow their growth rate, giving a fine grain, which imparts soft subtle tannins with wonderfully rich aromas.
Blending eaux-de-vie creates the final cognac. The knowledge and skill of Martell's Cellar Masters has been passed down to create the unique Martell style; elegant, complex and balanced.
- Country of Origin: France
- Packed In: France
- Origin Free Text
- Pack Type: Bottle
Preparation and Usage
A cognac to enjoy on its own, over ice or in a long drink. Drink Suggestion: Martell and Ginger. Ingredients: 35ml Martell VS, Ginger Ale, lime wedge. Method: Fill a tall glass with ice, pour in Martell VS, top with ginger ale and a lemon or lime wedge
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|Country of Origin||France|
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