Rémy Martin Tercet
Rémy Martin // Cognac, France
Rémy Martin Tercet is a Fine Champagne cognac like most of the Rémy Martin portfolio, meaning it is made using grapes sourced from both the Grande and Petite Champagne region in Cognac (with at least 50% coming from the Grande Champagne region). Tercet is so named because a trio of experts collaborated on its creation: Master Distiller Jean-Marie Bernard, winemaker Francis Nadeau, and Cellar Master Baptiste Loiseau who identified the unique fruit-forward eaux de vie while he was still in training with the House of Rémy. Tercet is a permanent addition to the portfolio and is bottled at 42% ABV, the highest ABV of all existing Rémy Martin blends.
CognacBrandy distilled in a delimited region within France from specific grapes. Must be double-distilled to no higher than 72% abv. Required to be aged in oak for at least 2 years. Also, if labeled as the following, minimum aging is: VS-2 years, VSOP-4 years, Napoléon 6 years, XO-10 years (as of April 2018).
Cask TypeFrench oak
"The cognac begins with loads of primary fruit aromas, but there are also a few floral scents and a touch of milk chocolate. It's soft and plush on the palate revealing an orange peel note and light barrel spices which help to provide some depth. Although the Terect is fruit-forward, it isn't one-note. An enjoyable sip which will have you going back for more. A nice addition to the Rémy portfolio."