TORONTO, Nov. 18, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Rémy Martin is proud to unveil its latest innovation in Ontario: the 1738 Accord RoyaI Cognac. A fine spirit honoring an important year in the history of the famous spirit. In 1738, Rémy Martin was granted privilege by King Louis XV to expand his vineyard. With 1738 Accord Royal, you will discover an authentic product, deeply rooted in terroir and tradition.
The 1738 Royal Challenge: a foodie challenge to shake up tradition
Over the past few weeks, a group of Toronto's Wine & Spirit Directors from all culinary backgrounds curated by the Acquired Taste team prepped the Royal Challenge. On November 19th, they will present their Royal pairing to an expert panel of judges including Sarah Parniak from Now Magazine, Chuck Ortiz from Acquired Taste Magazine, Louis-Jérôme Doise, Brand Manager for Rémy Martin Canada, Thomas Beraud-Sudreau and Philippine Houdart from Maison Rémy Martin.
The winning team will have the chance to discover Cognac's best kept secret with a trip to the House of Rémy Martin in France, on top of recognition by their peers.
Follow us on Instagram with the hashtag #1738royalchallenge and witness the challenge! Share your pictures and show us your own Cognac pairing. You will also find recipes, tips on how to enhance tastings and creative food and liquor pairings.
About 1738 Accord Royal
Behind its classic appearance, 1738 Accord Royal by Rémy Martin hides a mellowness and richness made up of incomparable flavors.
Colour: shimmering copper.
Nose: fruity notes, exotic fruits; oaky notes, an abundance of chocolate.
Texture: round finish, mellow and dense.
At the LCBO $114.95
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SOURCE: Rémy Martin
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