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Louis XIII: Quest for a Legend

Treasure hunt for the oldest
140-year-old bottle

Words: Ambica Gulati

Treasures, quests and mysteries, the eternal love for the hidden, the lost has always fascinated us. 743 more words


Louis XIII : India Launch of "Quest for a Legend"

It was as far back as 1881 when the first shipment of Louis XIII, the finest and most expensive cognac in the world, landed on the shores of India. 597 more words

Wine Event

Women To Watch: Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani With Laure Heriard Dubreuil

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – In a stylish edition of Women to Watch the the Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani tracked down one of fashion’s finest .

At just 37-years-old Laure Heriard Dubreuil, a new mom of a nine-month-old boy, is one of the most influential women in the fashion business. 613 more words


Cognac Makers Are Feeling the Hangover from China’s Corruption Crackdown - China Real Time Report - WSJ

Worldwide sales of cognac dipped in 2013 after several years of heady increases, according to new industry data. The culprit? China’s ongoing battle on corruption. 365 more words

China Alert

Global cognac sales depend on the health of China's "erotic sector"

Global cognac-makers’ sales in China are suffering, and not just because of the country’s ongoing government austerity campaign. More worrying for the likes of Hennessy, Rémy Martin, and Martell is that Chinese authorities are taking aim at the country’s “yellow” entertainment sector—karaoke clubs, bath houses, and hostess bars where wealthy businessmen often entertain, and where prostitution runs rampant. 443 more words

When China drinks less cognac, France gets a headache

The numbers: Like a bad hangover. Sales in Rémy Cointreau’s latest fiscal year, ending in March, fell by 13.5%, missing already-lowered analyst expectations. When the French drinks group publishes its full financial results in June, it expects operating profits to fall by 35-40% versus the previous year, the latest in a series of profit warnings. 252 more words