Author: Bruno Costa
Design Limited Edition brings you today an exclusive option for the New Year´s Eve. 1874, Paul-Emile Rémy Martin created Louis XIII, which comprised the oldest and rarest Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie from his cellars.
Given its pedigree, this iconic Cognac deserved to be showcased in a decanter equally as memorable.
For this, Rémy Martin designed a bottle fashioned after a 16th-century flagon found on the site of the Battle of Jarnac.
Since then, this celebrated digestif has become one of the most luxurious Cognacs in the world, encompassing 1,200 different eaux-de-vie ranging in age from 40 to 100 years, and the distinctive Louis XIII crystal decanter is now as celebrated as the Cognac it contains.
To commemorate the creation of both the Cognac and its decanter, Louis XIII has introduced the Time Collection, a limited-edition series to highlight historic milestones in the Cognac’s history.