After facing big drops in demand in recent years, cognac is once more on the rise, thanks in no small part to connoisseurs in North America.
Louis XIII cognac has produced a movie you will never live to see: 100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See.
In celebration of the House’s tricentenary, Cellar Master Benoît Fil has crafted a unique version of the legendary cognac Martell Cordon Bleu.
Hennessy has tapped multi-disciplinary New York artist Ryan McGinness to redesign its label as part of the brand’s 250th anniversary celebrations.
Each limited edition, 1-liter bottle of Hennessy 250 Collector Blend retails for $600 and comes in a gift box with a copper metallic surface.
Chinese consumers concerned about counterfeit cognac will soon be able to verify the authenticity of a bottle of Remy Martin via their cellphone.
To mark its 300th anniversary, Martell has chosen Diane Kruger who honed her skills in France as its latest ambassador.
LOUIS XIII, one of the world’s most luxurious cognac brands, has launched its Instagram account @LOUISXIIICOGNAC.
Luxury French silverwork company Puiforcat launched a “Cognac Beaker”, a sterling silver receptacle lined on the interior with gold.
The House of Martell has launched a pop-up space at Hong Kong International Airport (T1) in celebration of its 300th anniversary.
Winners of the 45th edition of the International Wine and Spirit Competition out of the UK have been announced.
Rémy Martin will be unveiling a selection of new cocktail glass designs as part of Paris Design Week this autumn, under the theme of “Rémyxologie”.
For the first time ever, Rémy Martin is launching a special edition XO Excellence to celebrate the 67th Cannes FIlm Festival.
Taste for Cognac abroad grew significantly in 2013, particularly amongst Africans and North Americans.
Whisky, cognac, vodka, rum… Whether sipped in cocktails before a meal or straight up after dessert, spirits are an essential holiday tradition in many a family. These 10 holiday editions are sure to add a bit of extra flair to the yuletide table.
In the latest World’s 50 Best Bars spin-off, Bernard Hine picks his favourite Cognac bars from around the world.
Kim Jong Il had a 10,000-bottle wine cellar and reportedly had a cognac habit that cost him $700,000 a year.
With its new campaign “Rise Above” and its film directed by James Gray, Martell XO pays tribute to Martell’s unique heritage, using its emblem, the swift.
L’OR de Jean Martell new gift box “The Dome by Eric Gizard”, reflecting the ultimate luxurious image of this Ultra Prestige cognac by the House of Martell.
Parisian landmark La Tour d’Argent will be auctioning off a collection of equally old, rare Cognacs and spirits from the bowels of its famous wine cellar.