LOUIS XIII cognac is crafted by the House of R'my Martin, a company headquartered in the town of Cognac, in the department of Charente, France. The House was founded in 1724 by R'my Martin, who descended from a long line of wine makers from Charente. LOUIS XIII cognac is a blend of very old eaux-de-vie from the Cognac area (AOC). The spirit is considered to be one of the rarest and most prestigious cognacs in the world[1] due to its use of high-quality eaux-de-vie, the fact that they are exclusively from Grande Champagne (the finest cru in the Cognac region), their long aging time (at least 40 years) and high aging potential, and their limited supply. It is recognizable by its unique bottle, a replica of a decanter that was discovered at the site of the Battle of Jarnac.


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