Rémy Martin

Three centuries of exceptional products

The story of Rémy Martin is that of the pursuit of a single ambition – to capture the very essence of cognac. Since 1724, the House of Rémy Martin has been led by men and women of great talent, who have successfully turned a small area of France into the stronghold of one of the finest cognacs in the world: Cognac Fine Champagne, an iconic blend of eaux-de-vie from the vineyards of Grande and Petite Champagne.

Rémy Martin only uses fruit from the most revered vineyards, Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne, whose terroir provide ideal conditions to ripen the grapes to perfection. Once distilled, our eaux-de-vie boast a rich and harmonious palette of aromas. More than any others, they are particularly suited to ageing. They form the heart of the Rémy Martin cognac collection, which has been perfected for more than three centuries.

Still a visionary today, the House of Rémy Martin has shaped a rich heritage focused on the future.



Baptiste Loiseau / Cellar Master

Baptiste Loiseau

Cellar Master2014 — today

Born and raised in the Cognac region, a terroir enthusiast and a keen traveler, Baptiste Loiseau is now Cellar Master for the generations to come, guiding Rémy Martin towards a dazzling future.

Pierrette Trichet / Cellar Master

Pierrette Trichet

Cellar Master2003 ― 2014

As the first female Cellar Master at a major cognac house, she develops Centaure and Centaure de Diamant, and passes the secrets of Rémy Martin know-how to Baptiste Loiseau, as Georges Clot once did with her.


  • 1724

    Rémy Martin, a young wine grower from the Cognac region, begins to sell Cognac in his own name.

  • 1738

    King Louis XV grants Rémy Martin the rare privilege of planting new vines in recognition of his premium cognacs.

  • 1810—1875

    Paul-Émile Rémy Martin

    astronomer / lobbyist / merchant / collector of artifacts

    Paul-Émile Rémy Martin exports the brand and his cognacs beyond European borders to the US, Asia and the Pacific.

  • 1870

    As the House begins its international development, he chooses the Centaur as an emblem and creates the first logo. An avid astronomer, he takes inspiration from his star sign, Sagittarius.

  • 1910

    André Renaud joins forces with Paul-Émile Rémy Martin II, and begins to develop the brand's potential.

  • 1927

    He blends Petite and Grande Champagne crus, and launches the Fine Champagne appellation. The result is VSOP, and its success is immediate.

  • 1948

    André Renaud decides that Rémy Martin cognac will be made exclusively from the Petite Champagne and Grande Champagne crus.

  • 1965

    André Hériard Dubreuil takes over the business, and enters a visionary partnership with the Alliance Fine Champagne wine-growers to guarantee the highest standards.

  • 1972

    The packaging is another source of creativity with the launch of the frosted glass satin VSOP bottle.

  • 1981

    Cellar Master André Giraud decides to pay tribute to three centuries of union between Grande and Petite Champagne. The result is Rémy Martin XO Excellence.

  • 2015

    The CLUB Connected bottle with an NFC chip is launched, offering secure authentication, opening detection and serving suggestions.