To cross the portal of the House Martell, in Cognac, is to enter a unique history.
The story of a man, Jean Martell, who in 1715, during the reign of Louis XIV, founded his House of Cognac.
The history of a House that, through the generations, perpetuates the secular know-how of winegrowers, distillers, coopers and cellar masters.
The history of an endearing terroir, whose wines bear poetic names: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois.
The history of a French art of living refinement and elegance, whose spirit gives the Martell cognacs a style recognizable.
The story of a House that has just celebrated its Tricentennial.
A story to discover, to explore and ... to taste.
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