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  1. TESSERON COGNAC EXTRÊME

    TESSERON COGNAC EXTRÊME

    $5,175.00

    Size 750ML


    There are some secrets that only a privileged few of those in the know are lucky enough to share... The intense emotion you will feel on tasting this exceptional cognac originates from the beautiful slopes of the Grande Champagne vineyards, home to our Ugni Blanc, Folles Blanche and Colombard grapes. After a double distillation in small coal-heated copper pot stills, the eaux-de-vie proved of exceptional quality and a character unrivalled anywhere which were slowly aged for over three generations in the prized Limousin oak cask barrels, known as « Tierçons ». Then, they were transferred from the Tierçons into the « Bonbonnes » in order to perfect the ageing process. Learn More
  2. Remy Martin Cognac Louis XIII13 1.75L new design

    Remy Martin Cognac Louis XIII13 1.75L new design

    $7,000.00

    Size 1.75L


    This Cognac boasts only the finest flavors. You are greeted by a noble deep amber color. On the nose there are aromas of delicate flowers, rich fruits and intense spices. On the palate, Louis XIII takes you on a world journey: to China with flavors of lychee and ginger, to Cuba with cigars and cigar box, and Central America with cinnamon. The packaging of Louis XIII shares almost as much history as the Cognac itself. The idea for the glass came from an old bottle found by Emile Rémy Martin on a Jarnac battlefield. Since then, the carafe has evolved into its distinguished shape, manufactured by Baccarat since 1936. A solid gold collar encases the neck, which is adorned by a signature fleur-de-lys crystal stopper. Its Baroque-style glass and design may have been the inspiration for the name Louis XIII, a French king who ruled during the Baroque era. It is also noted that the Rémy Martin family had close connections with King Louis XIII, which serves as another explanation for the Cognac's name. Also of note: the exquisite red box that the bottle comes in is the first new design in 25 years. Learn More
  3. Croizet Cognac Cuvee Expositionelle 1889

    Croizet Cognac Cuvee Expositionelle 1889

    $10,000.00

    Size 750ML


    The Croizet Cognac Expositionelle 1889 was named after the 1889 Exposition where Croizet proceeded to win many medals for its fine Cognac. Carefully preserved by the Croizet family in the "Paradis" ageing cellar. This unique cellar room houses pre-phylloxera eaux-de-vie back to 1858. This is true rarity and the price will only go up in the future due to this fact. This bottle was shipped under the president of Croizet Americas supervision. We guarantee authenticity. If you have any questions please call the shop or email info@fidiwine.com we will guide you through this exquisite purchase. Learn More
  4. Croizet Cognac Legion d'honneur 1883

    Croizet Cognac Legion d'honneur 1883

    $14,000.00

    Size 750ML


    A bottle was sold at the famous Cognac Croizet auction in September 2011 for $11,100 In 1883 Phylloxera was rampant which eliminated all the vineyards in the Bordeaux region, thus greatly impoverishing wine and cognac production. However, in 1883, Leon Croizet's grandson - Benjamin Leon Croizet, replanted American vines, in place of the diseased French ones, and surrounded these by stone walls. This technique overcame the Phylloxera disease, for which Benjamin Leon Croizet was honored with the Légion d'honneur.Phylloxera disease, for which Benjamin Leon Croizet was honored with the Légion d'honneur. The Legion d'Honneur 1883 commemorates his honor The aromatic richness of this Cuvée is crowned by intense notes of orange confit and dried apricots mixed with vanilla. The soft spice notes reveal themselves with subtlety, adding to the depth of taste. On the palate rich notes of leather marry with saffron and exotic woods, creating a lasting impression of power and elegance. Carefully preserved by the Croizet family in the "Paradis" ageing cellar. This unique cellar room houses pre-phylloxera eaux-de-vie back to 1858. This bottle was shipped under the president of Croizet Americas supervision. We guarantee authenticity. If you have any questions please call the shop or email info@fidiwine.com we will guide you through this exquisite purchase. Learn More
  5. Hardy Perfection 1870

    Hardy Perfection 1870

    $25,000.00

    The “Essential Element” series have been bottled in a magnificent Daum crystal decanter. Each of the 300 decanters are numbered and have proof of authenticity. The origin of the eaux-de-vie that makes this Cognac rare and excellent dates back to the 1870′s, the Pre-phylloxera days. Thinking of his family’s future, our founder, Antoine Hardy gathered several different batches. This Cognac comes from the area known today as Grande Champagne. Its grapes are composed of a 100% French Colombard and this eaux-de-vie is pure and unblended at a natural strength of 41% volume. Hints of Chocolate and coffee, big oak and great balance adds to the complexity. A rare Cognac for those who demand the finest! When perfection is gone, c’est fini, for it can never be duplicated. Treat yourself to a taste of history. Learn More
  6. Croizet Cognac Leonie 1858

    Croizet Cognac Leonie 1858

    $156,760.00

    Size 750ML


    On 24 September 2011 a single bottle of Cognac Croizet dating back to the single harvest of 1858 (Cuvee Leonie) was sold at auction in Shanghai, China for 1 million yuan (approx. $156,760). This cognac is recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the most expensive cognac sold at auction. We can provide the certificate. According to author Joseph Scott "Winston Churchill and General Eisenhower plotted the allies victory in World War 2 over an 1858 Croizet that had been secreted out of France by the French Underground." Carefully preserved by the Croizet family in their "Paradis" this unique room houses pre-phylloxera eaux-de-vie dating back to 1858. A century and a half has passed since the vines yielded the precious grapes that have made this exclusive cognac. Each bottle of Cuvée Léonie by Cognac Croizet represents a time which no longer exists. Every glass opens up the senses to a unique array of aromas and tastes that can never be recreated. Tasting notes: Tasting Notes by Francis Audemard an official independent tasting expert to the French courts of law Nose: Very good first impression, very lively, surprising for a cognac so old 1. Notes of dried roses and poppies 2. Fruity notes of coconut, passionflower, quince 3. Woody notes of sandalwood & cedar 4. Finally, in the empty glass, balsamic and nutmeg Palate: Cognac that remains full of vigor, a great deal of ‘fattiness’ (physical sensation of a thick liquid on the palette coming from concentration through evaporation over the years) and mellowness. Exceptional length; Magnificent elegance; Very distinct. This bottle was shipped under the president of Croizet Americas supervision. We guarantee authenticity. If you have any questions please call the shop or email info@fidiwine.com we will guide you through this exquisite purchase. Special shipping options can be arranged. Learn More

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