Top 10 best value for money Cognacs

8th September, 2015 by Melita Kiely

Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal

Remy-Martin-1738-CognacAs its name suggests, Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Cognac has a regal history. It marks an “extraordinary milestone” in the Cognac house’s history, when King Louis XV recognized the House of Rémy Martin for its quality and craftsmanship. Nose this Cognac and you’ll find notes of plum and fig marmalade, alongside notes of toffee and toast. Butterscotch, baked spices and hints of dark chocolate feature prominently on the palate, leading to a rounded, creamy finish.

Price: approx £50

Producer: Rémy Martin

4 Responses to “Top 10 best value for money Cognacs”

  1. Frans says:

    The one I miss, is Cognac Frapin. Look at the Millésime 1988. A 25 YO Grande Champagne Cognac.
    That is really value for money as you know exacte the ageing. Non of the others do so!!!!!

  2. Dear Spirits Business

    It’s always a pleasure to read your news. But this time we are very surprise by this one… Trust us you can find a lot a better value for money in a lot of small vineyards around Segonzac.

    We can suggest you : Francois Voyer, Paul Beau, Guillon Painturaud, Jacques Painturaud, Pierre de Segonzac.
    All this “bouilleurs de cru” produce cognacs since about 200 years.

    It will be a pleasure to works with you if you need. Best regards, Pablo ( Bordeaux, France)

  3. Bev says:

    Could I also bring your attention to the multi-award winning Hermitage range? Each cognac has a vintage or age statement and comes from a single estate so you know exactly what is in the bottle. They are hand picked for their balance and flavour and provide excellent value for money.

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