Rémy Martin VSOP
A very popular Fine Champagne bottled in the instantly recognisable frosted bottle. The blend contains 55% Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie, the rest being made up from the Petite Champagne.
The nose is sweet with honey and vanilla, floral notes and chewy oak, lots of blossom and some spice. The palate is spiced and rich, fruity notes of nectarine with dried apricot and plum, floral and oaked. The finish is on tart fruits and honey.
Not as good as the original :(
Don't get me wrong, it isn't undrnkable, but for the first time ever, I think I would rather a good quality generic brandy rather than a Remy Cognac.
If you have a somewhat rough whisky and mix it with some proper cognac, the result tastes a bit like this. Great shame. I only logged in on here in the offchance that they might have had a stock pile of the proper stuff. Alas no.
1st November 2014
Why discontinue remy vsop, I drink 3 bottles a week and love vsop I would be willing to pay more but why discontinue such a awesome product.
11th October 2014
Why do you have to discontinue such a great drink
I have always brought remy and like the bottle but just brought it this christmas in the box when I opened it only to find it in an ordinary glass bottle and the taste was not the same. Will not be buying it any more.
10th January 2014
<3 I love this , i could drink this all day. I knew i would find a favorite drink eventually
23rd December 2013
Drank it for years but now.......
Rémy Martin VSOP was beautiful i could go through a bottle a week. But now the mature cask well I think it's more like Whiskey than Cognac i have since went onto Hennessy Fine De Cognac & will remain their until such times change.Poor show from Rémy Martin but variety is the spice of life just check out the Samples on here until you find an alternative.
30th October 2013
I'm with your mother on this one. This cognac is the only one I have found which I like the taste of. It's replacement is just not as good. I've just bought 3 bottles while I can still get hold of it. I don't think it's cost cutting by the manufacturer, more a case of them aligning their product to their market, which is now America, who would appear to like different taste. Shame. My advice is buy it while you can