Martell

Creating very special cognac since 1715

Founded in 1715 by Jean Martell, Martell is the oldest of the major cognac houses and is famed for its delicately fragrant and elegant styles.

Grapes for Martell’s smooth and fragrant cognacs come from the four finest crus (growth areas) of the Charente region: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies and Fins Bois. It is the dominant influence of eaux-de-vie from the Borderies region that characterises Martell’s unique style.
 
Martell’s double distillation method makes its cognacs lighter and smoother, while the exclusive use of fine grain oak barrels creates mellow, light and more fragrant characteristics. Martell distils only clear wines, never the lees (sediment), which results in its uniquely elegant style.
THE Martell RANGE
  • MARTELL VS
  • MARTELL VSOP
  • MARTELL CORDON BLEU
  • MARTELL XO
  • MARTELL CRéATION
  • L’OR DE JEAN MARTELL

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