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Martell, founded in 1715 by Jean Martell, is one of the oldest cognac houses. In 1831 they introduced their first VSOP cognac, which turned out to be a milestone in their global expansion. Martell’s most famous product is Cordon Bleu, first launched in 1912. At present, it belongs to Pernod-Ricard group. To compose their blends, Martell use crus from the regions of Les Borderies, Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne and Fins Bois.
Each bottle of Martell VSOP Medallion Cognac bears a gold medallion with the portrait of Louis XIV of France. The cognac was created to commemorate the anniversary of House of Martell foundation.
Nose: Full, fruity. Notes of lime, quince, plums, raisins and liquorice. A hint of oak and hazelnuts.
Palate: Soft, smooth and complex. Rich fruits, including also candied fruits. A hint of spice and nuts.
Finish: Long, with notes of fruits and nuts.