Produced in very limited quantities for sale at the brand's visitor centre, this 100% Borderies cognac commemorates Château de Chanteloup, the historic Residence of Jean Martell, the founder of the Martell cognac house.
The impressive and stately Chateau of Chanteloup just outside the town of Cognac in its own grounds with roaming dear, surrounded by 147 hectares of vineyards.
Review and Tasting
Sampled on 11/10/2015
Clear, golden amber.
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