A reader has a cognac bottle of Rémy Martin Louis XIII at home.
The bottle is located in Vermont. The Reader writes “Given to my father in late 1973 at an advertising meeting as a gift to celebrate the birth of me. Because of its sentimental value my mother never let my father open it. We contemplated opening it this Christmas, but decided to see what its value is before we make that decision.”
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Back of Bottle
Distilled and bottled by: E. Remy Martin & Co-Cognac
Sole U.S.A. Distributors
Foreign Vintages, Inc., Jericho New York
Imported by Remy Martin Amerique Inc
New York – New York
Printed in France
Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: tag attached to the bottle says-
This decanter is the exact replica of a bottle discovered on the site of the Battle of Jarnac, which took place in 1596 between Catholics led by the Duke of Anjou and Protestants led by the Prince of Conde.
The original bottle was found on the battle-site, and acquired by Remy Martin at the begining of this century.
Reproductions of this decanter were then used to contain the very rare cognacs reserved by Remy Martin for different royal families.
Cognac 80 proof
Sole U.S.A Distributors
Foreign Vintages, Inc., Jericho, New York
Imported by Remy martin Amerique Inc
New York – New York
the same content is written in french on the other side of the label.
How has the bottle been stored:
- In a dry place
- Up-right standing
Some more information about the bottle:
- Everythings seems fine
The level of the cognac: High shoulder or top shoulder: the level of cognac has reached the upper curve of the shoulder.
Our reader would like to sell this bottle of Rémy Martin Louis XIII Cognac
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Buyers please note: We do not accept simply pasting email addresses into the comments – please make an offer first; then later on we will connect buyer and seller. Thank you.
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