First bottled in 1912 by Edouard Martell, this classic cognac is Martell's flagship brand and has become synonymous with the highest standard of quality. Cordon Bleu remains many connoisseurs' favourite expression of Martell.
An old bottling of top selling Cognac brand Martell's VS. Founded in 1715, Martell are one of the oldest producers in the region. They use a high proportion of stock from the Borderies region, which gives nuttier notes than those from the Champagne regions. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.
A 1970s bottling of 3 Star (now known as VS) Cognac from Martell. Martell are unusual compared with many of the other big Cognac houses as they use a large amount of grapes from the Borderies, which gives a nuttier taste.
An old bottling of Martell's best selling VSOP Medaillon Cognac. The historic house was founded in 1715 by Jean Martell. Martell are famed for using a high proportion of Borderies grapes, giving their Cognacs a nuttier taste. We estimate this was bottled in the 1970s.
An old bottling of Martell Cordon Noir. Cordon Noir was launched in the early 1980s for the duty free market. It was made from 15-20 year old cognac selected from 4 of the best vineyards. Unfortunately, this was discontinued sometime in the 1990s and is now somewhat hard to come by.