A reader has a cognac bottle of Rémy Martin Fine Champagne at home.
The bottle is located in Los angeles California. The Reader writes “My 96-year-old Great Aunt Alice left me the contents of her house and there were many bottles of liquor in her liquor cabinet, and cellar. This bottle was in the cellar. This bottle is in perfect shape in does not appear to have even been taken out-of-the-box more than once or twice. The boxes also in perfect shape. other than a little dust.”
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The label reads: Front Gold label
Maison Fondie en 1724
COGNAC V0SP France
DU-17 1938 (art 1)
It has the regional info with the little map of where the grapes are grown
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: The bottle is unopened, with the seals intact.
There aren’t any tax stamps on the seal.
How has the bottle been stored:
- In a cellar
- Up-right standing
Some more information about the bottle:
- Everythings seems fine
The level of the cognac: Into neck: this means the level of cognac is still in the upper bottle neck, normal
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Rémy Martin Fine Champagne Cognac.
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