1715 : Martell House, the oldest of the great Cognac houses, was established
DID YOU KNOW?
- Launched at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco in 1912, Martell Cordon Bleu was perfected for over two years by Edouard Martell and his cellar master Auguste Chapeau.
- Served at royal tables—including that of the Tsar Alexander III and Queen Elizabeth II—Rockefeller’s favourite, enjoyed by JFK, served aboard the Orient Express and Concorde—Martell is a genuine ambassador of taste and refinement à la française.
- Martell is the world’s number one prestige Cognac House.
- The choice of true Cognac connoisseurs
- Martell is the only Cognac house to distil exclusively from clear wines (cleared from all sediments), giving the Martell Cognacs their unparalleled finesse and roundness.
- Cordon Bleu is an extra old Cognac, the emblem of the Martell style through the dominance of the Borderies cru, the most exclusive growth of the Cognac area.
- A distinctive taste
- Thanks to the influence of Borderies cru, floral aromas and remarkable roundnessresult in an exceptionally high quality and pleasurable taste.
- Martell Cordon Bleu is perfect for special occasions, either drunk neat, on the rocks, or diluted with a little water.
- A Cognac of legend
- Martell Cordon Bleu is the timeless and aspirational icon, understated but the ultimate discerning choice.
- Its distinctive taste and iconic bottle design make it a classic, unequalled in the world of Cognac.