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In 2011, Cellar Master Pierrette Trichet, Remy’s previous cellar master, created the Centaure as a cognac that reflects the house style: human, sincere, confident, and natural without ostentation. This cognac bears the name of the symbol of Rémy Martin, the centaur, half man, half horse.
Rémy Martin Centaure is the unpretentious XO cognac (Extra Old) for sincere moments with friends.
Made from a very fine selection of subtle eaux-de-vie, aged for at least six and up to 25 years, it is very smooth and easy to drink.
Rémy Martin Centaure is a blend of cognacs from the Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne, which blends is known as AOC Cognac Fine Champagne.
FRUITINESS (4/5 points)
Aromas coming from the still wine’s fermentation, distillation on the lees and ageing.
SMOOTHNESS (4/5 points)
Sensation on the mouth giving mellowness, balance and perfect harmony.
OPULENCE (4/5 points)
Defines the intensity of richness in the cognac’s aromas.
LENGTH (3/5 points)
The length of time for which the tastes are expressed after a sip.
The aromas are those of stewed fruits, recalling the smells of hot apple pie and quince pie, and honey from the white blossoms of elderberry or acacia.
Notes of fruit and honey with balanced, oak-matured aromas.
Smooth and harmonious.