Maison Martell

February, 2014

About Martell Cognac

Martell’s heritage dates back to the 18th Century, when Jean Martell, a native of Jersey founded the company in 1715, making Martell the oldest of the great cognac houses. Since 1715 Martell has produced, exported and marketed cognacs whose quality is recognised worldwide. The hallmark of the house of Martell can be summarised in three key terms; elegance, complexity and balance. Martell Cognac was founded at the height of the French

Art de Vivre movement; a period of time in which gastronomy, tasting and craftsmanship were all celebrated and enjoyed with style. As such, these became the three pillars of the Martell House and are the three core areas which still remain intrinsic to Martell’s vision today.

french castle by a lac
Chanteloup Castle x Maison Martell
Tasting room with glasses and spittoon on the large table
Atelier Gatebourse x Maison Martell
rows of vines
Maison Martell x Maison Martell
green grapes on the vine
Grapes x Maison Martell
room with chairs, couches, and tables
Gatebourse x Maison Martell
Cellar with wooden vats and red alambics
Distillation x Maison Martell
bar with a wall of bottles and high rise table in the forefront
Gatebourse - Maison Martell
green vine leaf on a vine tree
Vineyard x Maison Martell

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