Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Bottle
Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal celebrates a milestone in our history. In 1738, only 14 years after Rémy Martin started producing cognacs, King Louis XV of France, impressed by the quality of his cognac granted him exclusive permission to plant new vineyards through an accord royal, a royal permission.
This rare royal license was given to reward the excellence of Mr. Rémy Martin’s craftsmanship—a true connoisseur’s call.
In 1997, Cellar Master Georges Clot decided to create a new cognac honoring the early craftsmanship spirit of the house and to name it after this royal gesture as a tribute. 1738 Accord Royal was born.
In 2014, Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal won Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Wine EnthusiastThe label on this light caramel-brown liquid says it's blended "for aromatic intensity." Mission accomplished: The aromas are indeed intense, with sweet, high bursts of burnt caramel and orange peel, opening up to a slightly chocolaty fragrance. On the tongue, this one is a big, solid block of flavor, with lots of caramel from start to finish, adding some coffee and dark chocolate notes at the end. Despite the big-brute flavor, it has a mellow finish.