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Remy Martin is Lowering the Price of its VSOP in Canada for the Holidays

Remy Martin VSOP

Remy Martin VSOP has just announced that Remy Martin has started discounting its cognacs in Canada to seize the opportunity of increasing sales during the end-of-the-year shopping season. VSOP Cognac has lowered its prices for the holidays. From now until the end of the year, both VSOP labels — the regular bottle and the limited edition glow-in-the-dark Urban Lights package are reduced by $15 a bottle, from $89.95 to $74.95.

Remy Martin VSOP uses the term “Fine Champagne” on most of its labels. Champagne in this context means “country,” from an old French “campagne” and it has nothing to do with the sparkling wine made with grapes from the north east of France. I maybe wrong but I strongly associate Remy Martin with “fine champagne” as far as I am concerned I give them credit for this concept.

The Fine Champagne is an “appellation d’origine controlee” AOC which describes a cognac made from the double distillation of  grapes exclusively coming from the Grande and Petite Champagne designated areas within the Cognac region.


2 comments on “Remy Martin is Lowering the Price of its VSOP in Canada for the Holidays

  1. Giselle
    December 8, 2011

    So does anyone know where I can actually get a bottle of the Remy Martin glow-in-the-dark “Urban Lights” bottle in Canada (Ontario specifically)? When I go to the LCBO they have no idea what I’m talking about.

    • cognacs
      January 16, 2012

      This is a limited edition bottle. Perhaps it may not be available in Canada.

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