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Article 14Louis XIII de Rémy Martinoffers 1/2-ounce ($40), 1-ounce ($80) or 2-ounce ($150) pours of the highly sought-after cognac.
Long renowned in the heady world of politics, fashion and art, Louis XIII de Rémy Martin is crafted by three generations of Rémy Martin cellar masters, using grapes solely from the exclusive Grande Champagne territory of Cognac, France. After the grapes are fermented and distilled into what the French call the “eau de vie,” or water of life, the resulting wine is aged up to 100 years in several hundred-year-old oak barrels. To protect the illustrious beverage’s standards, the cognac is stored in its own cellar.
Big spenders can still enjoy Article 14's Barrel of Jewels cocktail, which combines Louis XIII, Lock, Stock & Barrel straight rye whiskey, Carpano Antica Formula sweet vermouth, St Germain and Peychaud's Bitters for $99.