Product Info: Martell XO is instantly identifiable for its intense taste and bold, contemporary design. Blending the power of eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne with the elegance of the rare Borderies terroir, this prestigious cognac has a bold and charismatic... Read More
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Product Info: Martell XO is instantly identifiable for its intense taste and bold, contemporary design. Blending the power of eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne with the elegance of the rare Borderies terroir, this prestigious cognac has a bold and charismatic personality, which is reflected in the striking arch of its bottle.The taste of tradition in all its glory. With its dominant characteristic of Grande and Petite Champagne, Martell XO offers a pleasant body and structure in the mouth for great cognac lovers to enjoy. Tasting Notes: Color: Golden amber with dark copper and mahogany highlights. Nose: Spicy notes of black and pink pepper and coriander, rounded out by rich aromas of fig, walnut and sandalwood. Taste: Intense notes of fig, red fruit and blackcurrant bud give full expression to the power and finesse of eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne, leading into an exceptionally long and robust finish. Medals & Awards: The Cognac Masters Competition 2018 - Gold Medal. San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2019 - Double Gold Medal. San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2020 - Gold Medal. The Cognac Masters Competition 2020 - Gold Medal. Brand/Product History: Martell, the oldest of the great Cognac houses, was founded by Jean Martell in 1715 at the height of French Art de Vivre, when gastronomy, taste and craftsmanship were celebrated and enjoyed with style. These became the three pillars of the House of Martell and remain intrinsic to the Martell vision today. Since 1715, Martell has produced, exported and marketed cognacs which are recognized worldwide for their outstanding quality and finesse, obtained through double distillation of exclusively clear wines and aging in fine-grained oak barrels.