Rémy Martin 1738 Accord Royal Australian launch 

June 11, 2024
By Cody Profaca

The House of Rémy Martin has released its coveted 1738 Accord Royal eaux-de-vie to Australia, coinciding with the 300th anniversary of the Cognac House. 

“Celebrating 300 years of history is a milestone for Rémy Martin,” said Jean-Philippe Hecquet, CEO.

“By inviting our consumers to explore our craft and story and by teaming up with the most promising creative talents, together we build exceptional cognacs for the next generations.”

While new to Australia, the highly esteemed 1738 Accord Royal was first launched in 1965, deriving its name from the year that King Louis XV gave Rémy Martin the Royal Approval. This Royal Approval granted Martin exclusive permission to plant vines on the King’s land in Cognac.  

1738 Accord Royal is renowned for its exceptional smoothness and rounded oakiness, developed from the toasting of the casks. 

The Rémy Martin brand is part of the Rémy Cointreau portfolio. Marie-Amélie de Leusse, Chairwoman of the Rémy Cointreau Group, said, “for 300 years, the House of Rémy Martin has shared its knowledge and expertise from one generation to the next. Today, this extends beyond the legacy of the family, and we work as a team with all stakeholders of Rémy Martin to reach sustainable excellence together. We have all inherited a responsibility to protect our soils for the future generations. By partnering with winegrowers from Grande and Petite Champagne, by mentoring new talents all over the world, we strive to perpetuate this family legacy for another 300 years.”

Remy Martin 1738 Accord Royal is being distributed throughout Australia by Spirits Platform. For more information, contact the Spirits Platform Sales Team here.

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