At the glamorous 71st Cannes Film Festival (May 8 – May 19, 2018), Rémy Martin will return for the 15th year in a row as an official partner.

In honor of the event, the renowned cognac house will unveil their latest XO limited edition bottle, available in select retail locations.

Inspired by the gleaming lighted letters of iconic movie theaters, the decanter is donned with a multitude of golden dots evoking the various eaux-de-vie that makes up this extra old Cognac. It also creates a visual and modern style, very similar to pixels or mosaic art. Additionally, the elegant black and gold box glorifies the luminous exuberance of the XO decanter.

It was in 1981 that Cellar Master André Giraud crafted an XO that would bring out all the complexity and excellence of Cognac Fine Champagne. Produced with up to 400 aged eaux-de-vie, the iconic Rémy Martin XO bears the unique signature of the House’s Cellar Master. One bottle is enough to renew the interpretation of extra-old cognac.

Rémy Martin XO Cannes Limited Edition, bottle on white

Rémy Martin XO Cannes Limited Edition

Rémy Martin XO illuminates the palate with its generosity through an explosion of exquisite and refined notes. The intense harmony of the amber hue suggests a radiant taste, an exceptional softness and a sophisticated beauty. Its aromas of white flowers, accents of plums, figs and candied oranges speak with the notes of cinnamon and freshly grated hazelnuts. The distinguished opulence, the distinctive texture, and the warm authenticity of Rémy Martin XO make it way more than a cognac.

Fruit of the prestigious regions of Grande and Petite Champagne, Rémy Martin eaux-de-vie holds outstanding aging potential. The exclusive selection of grapes that make up the heart and soul of cognac, combined with the inimitable know-how of the Cellar Master creates a one-of-a-kind aromatic intensity. For over three hundred years, the House has pursued one ambition: to reveal the talents of nature and mankind through its quest to capture the very heart of Cognac. The Rémy Martin House has been rooted in exception since 1724.

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