Remy Martin Prices In South Africa

What is Remy Martin?


Rémy Martin is a French firm that primarily produces and sells cognac. Founded in 1724 and based in the commune of Cognac, it is among the oldest cognac producers still in existence. It is one of the “big four” cognac houses responsible for producing most of the world’s cognac.

Remy Martin Prices In South Africa

Remy Martin – VSOP Cognac – 750ml

R 1,025

What VSOP means?

Very Superior Old Pale

VSOP stands for “Very Superior Old Pale”: VSOP cognacs are created from Eaux-de-vie aged for at least four years. The VSOP category includes designations such as “Old” or “Reserve”. XO stands for “Extra Old”: XO cognacs are made only from Eaux-de-vie at least six years old.

Why is Rémy Martin expensive?

Rémy Martin is expensive because of its premium french grapes and exceptional purity.

Is Rémy Martin more expensive than Hennessy?

The reason why Hennessy is slightly more expensive than Remy Martin is because of their age-old tradition and the quality of their product. Hennessy has been owned by the same family ever since its inception and continues to be one of the most recognizable brands with an impressive history.

Which is the best Remy Martin brandy?


Rémy Martin V.S.O.P is twice the age of a standard V.S, this gold color, and versatile V.S.O.P embodies the perfect harmony of powerful and elegant aromas. Enjoy it neat, on the rocks, in a variety of cocktails, or simply mixed with ginger ale.

Is Remy Martin a good brandy?

Rémy Martin XO is a spirit that demands to be enjoyed in the company (and in a tuxedo if you have one to hand). This classy cognac has been refined over decades, culminating in a buttery combination of fresh orange marmalade and warm spices that’s as smooth as it is biting – though it bites in all the right places.

How do you drink Remy Martin?

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We suggest a snifter glass for traditional tasting moments, such as after dinner as a digestif, where the cognac is served neat, warmed by the heat of your hands. Over dinner, we recommend enjoying cognac neat. “FOR COGNAC ON THE ROCKS, SERVE IN A LARGE TUMBLER GLASS WITH ROOM FOR TWO ICE CUBES.”