Baptiste Loiseau was appointed cellar master at the age of 34—making him the youngest-ever—and trained under Pierrette Trichet, the first woman to ever hold the cellar master position at a major cognac house.
It is difficult to believe that Rémy Martin’s Louis XIII cognac could be made more exclusive, but it has been—and Sotheby’s will auction it this fall.
Starring John Malkovich and Chinese actress Shuya Chang, 100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See has been sealed in a custom Fichet-Bauche safe set to open automatically on November 18, 2115.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: When perched at the open-air bar on the rooftop of the Hotel Grande Bretagne, as the sun slips behind the honey-hued Acropolis, it’s clear why this palatial property is known as the Grande Dame of Athens. While the views from the rooftop are breathtaking, so is its rich history.
Over the past 15 years, as we roamed through the countryside, visited distilleries, and spoke to founding families, we discovered that history can in fact be bottled. As we celebrate our crystal anniversary, we toast to the stories of each producer—with a fine vintage, of course.
The experience of tasting Rémy Martin’s Louis XIII Cognac—a blend of 1,200 eaux-de-vie that have been aged between 40 and 100 years—is a trip into history. A visit to Poitou-Charentes, France, reveals the soul of this precious liquid.