Founded in 1715 by Jean Martell, a native of Jersey, Martell is the oldest of the great Cognac houses. For three centuries, Martell has produced, exported and marketed cognacs that are internationally renowned for their quality. Martell's identity is founded on three key concepts: elegance, complexity and balance.

Martell Cordon Bleu Cognac
100  Wine Enthusiast 
Wine Enthusiast 96 - 100 " The wonderful bouquet offers scents of walnuts, dried flowers, dried pears and white raisins. Palate entry is languid, oily, buttery and decadently rich; the silky, rich midpalate exhibits complete flavor integration with prune and raisin tastes. Finishes extended, smooth
Item Number: 12811
Case: $2,099.88
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Martell VS 80prf 750ml Cognac
" Rich fruit and spice notes framed by freshness: citrus, fresh pear and saffron. Labdanum or rockrose leaves and incense. Woody notes from the fine-grained oak cask. Wood and spice notes with a pleasant freshness and a velvety texture. A cognac to enjoy neat, as a long drink (mixed with ginger ale

Martell VS 80prf 1.0L
" The color: bright brass. The fragrance: sweet, fragrant and woody. The taste: soft, fruit, toasted wood, vanilla and a slight taste of nuts. The after-taste: a light burning mid flavor, but finishes smooth and slightly sweet. " ~ Distillery notes

Martell VSOP Medaillon 375ml
" Smooth and mellow, its fullness holds up well to ice or mixing. The label bears a gold medallion engraved with the portrait of Louis XIV, in the last year of whose reign (1715) Martell was founded. " ~ Distillery notes