Remy Martin Louis XIII Rare Cask cognac sets a new record in Hong Kong

Much of the credit of the phenomenal success of Spink’s inaugural fine wine auction can easily be attributed to a bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII Rare Cask cognac that fetched a cool HK $183,000 ($23,580)! A first-timer in the Hong Kong market, this rare bottle one of 786 bottles drawn from a special cask comprising 1,200 eaux de vie from Grand Champagne. Launched in 2009, the cask was identified by Cellar Master Pierrette Tricket in 2004.

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Besides this pricey bottle of Remy Martin, other stars at this auction were two bottles of Louis XIII from the 1970s, a bottle of Hennessy Paradis, also from the 1970s, and a Tattinger collection that encompasses nine vintages from 1978-1992. We are sure the guests with these prized possessions must have left the venue in “high-spirits” indeed (pun totally and completely intended).
[Luxury Insider]

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