Martell, the oldest of the great cognac houses, forged by passion and knowledge passed through the Martell family since 1715 – creating cognacs that have been enjoyed and cherished for three centuries.

Martell VSOP is a masterly blend of eaux-de-vie from the four main terroirs of the Cognac appellation region. VSOP stands for Very Superior Old Pale, using the British terminology.

A balanced cognac, marked by an oaky taste. Its time spent ageing in a barrel infuses this cognac with complex aromas along with notes of caramelised dried fruits and prunes. This tone adds a number of rich qualities to a cocktail.

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Tasting Notes

A smooth, mellow cognac that is a true bouquet of aromas. At once fresh, rounded and woody. A cognac to enjoy on its own, over ice or lengthened with a mixer.

Aspect
Golden amber

Nose

  • Bittersweet softness: lime and liquorice
  • Crystallised fruit: quince, raisin and plum
  • Spring undergrowth: fresh notes of oak wood (fine grain and hazelnut)

Mouthfeel

Soft, mellow and complex with crystallised-fruit notes. An ample, round body and long finish.

Did you know?

 Martell was established during 1715 during the reign of Louis XIV in France.  V.S.O.P. commemorates a heritage 300 years rich, a spirit that treasures taste and honours the expertise of craft. The beauty and pleasure of every moment celebrated through French Art de Vivre. Passion and knowledge has been passed from generation to generation, creating cognacs enjoyed the world over - from aboard the Orient Express, on intrepid polar expeditions, at royal weddings, in Hollywood films to record-breaking with Concorde.

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