One great day visiting Hennessy, Remy Martin and Martell
The "ultimate" cognac tasting and tour in the city that gave fine brandy its name!
Price: $365 per person (includes our upgraded tours at Hennessy, Martell, and Remy Martin.)
Welcome to Cognac! We've assembled the "Ultimate" Cognac day tour. Visit all three of the major cognac houses in one delectable tasty day.
IMPORTANT NOTE: There are variations in touring options by day of week and season (especially between November and March) and on weekends. Your order will not be formally charged until the agenda is set to the various houses' availability.
Hennessy Cognac Tour Itinerary
Visit Hennessy! Your tour includes:
Hennessy Exception - After a special tour focusing on the history and spectacular craftsmanship of Hennessy, slip behind the scenes and discover the Paradis Cellar where some of Hennessy's oldest cognacs are stored.
Finish in a private lounge, tasting some of Hennessy's finest cognacs, including Hennessy XO and Paradis. (2 hours)
Martell Cognac Tour Itinerary
Discover the history and tastes of Martell!
Martell - Go deep into the exclusive Creation Cellar at Martell. Enjoy an expanded and immersive cognac tasting session AND you'll bottle one of Martell's cognacs yourself! (2 hours)
Remy Martin Cognac Tour Itinerary
Walk in the footsteps of the founders of Remy Martin and explore the historic cellars. Welcome to the home of Louis XIII cognac!
Remy Martin - Choose between a full gourmet tasting (with your choice of two cognacs!), a train ride through the Remy Martin vineyards, a cognac and chocolate experience (yum!) or cognac cocktail class. Let us know which you'd like in the notes section at checkout. (2 hours)
Rail to and from Cognac not included in price. Contact us for rail options. Also, if you'd like to focus on one house only, let us know and we'll put together a custom itinerary just for your party.
Why we love Cognac - Frankly, I didn't really like, or understand cognac, until I went to the region. Now I get it. There are about 158 cognac brands in total. I'd love to try them all, because every one tastes different. Favorite cognac? Anything Remy Martin for me. - John R.