Louis XIII de Rémy Martin
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LOUIS XIII cognac was created in 1874. It is blended from many different eaux de vie, the youngest of which is at least 40 years old. Its wine grapes grow in the chalky soils of the Grande Champagne part of the Cognac region.
In 2011, the cognac house released a Jeroboam bottling,whose crystal decanter weighs eleven pounds. The decanter is individually numbered and only limited quantities are distributed.
A 70 cl (700ml) bottle of Louis XIII may be priced as high as US$3,400; the average price range is $1,100 to $1,500. "Louis XIII Black Pearl" is a limited edition cognac individually numbered from 1 to 786 in Baccarat dark crystal decanters.
A bottle of Louis XIII was offered as a wager in the 1988 film Cocktail. As an indicator of the increase in value, Tom Cruise remarked "A $500 bottle of brandy?"
Rapper Xzibit collaborated with King T in 2012 to make a song titled "Louis XIII."
In the 2013 movie, Lee Daniels' The Butler, lead character Cecil Gaines shows knowledge of the spirit during his interview to become part of the White House staff, commenting that the French have mastered the cognac.
On March 26, 2015, Rihanna released her second single from R8 "Bitch Better Have My Money", in which she refers to Louis XIII.
Rapper Young Buck mentioned Louis XIII in the new G-Unit single "Bring My Bottles".
Rapper Young Jeezy mentioned Louis XIII in the song "Vacation" on the album The Recession.
Kid Rock sings "while I'm sippin king Louie not giving a fuck" in his song "Lay It On Me".
On the twelfth episode of the second season of The Larry Sanders Show it is established that Artie gives a bottle of Louis XIII to Larry every year on his birthday.
References and notes
- "Rémy Martin Louis XIII Jeroboam - breaking news!". CognacFans. June 15, 2011. Retrieved June 16, 2011.
- "Louis XIII. Black Pearl auction in Prague". ABCPrague. November 1, 2007. Retrieved April 26, 2008.
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