The Reader writes “My father in law was a banker in NYC for Bank Of NY and was given this bottle by a client. Could have been 15 years ago to 40 years ago?? The bottle was in living room cabinet and still in its box sealed with a ribbon.”
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The label reads: Fine champagne cognac. V.S.O.P Qualite Du Centaure Fine Champagne Cognac Printed in France 4/5 quart 80 proof E. Remy Martin & Co Cognac Established 1724. Produced in France Distilled and bottled by E Remy Martin & Co. Cognac-France Remy Martin On the back label: imported by Renfield Importers LTD., Union NJ Tax labels, revenue, signs or similar: Red ribbon covers the top. Says US Internal Revenue on both sides. Stamped on one side is 300208174 and other side is Renfield Importers, LTD. Union, NJ
How has the bottle been stored:
- In a dry place
- At room temperature
- 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 VSOP Fine Champagne.
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