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NJ Police Seek Man Who Swiped Nearly $3K Bottle Of Cognac

LINDEN, N.J. (AP) — Police in central New Jersey are seeking a thief who apparently appreciates the finer things in life.

Linden police say a shoplifter stole a bottle of Remy Martin Louis XIII cognac valued at $2,849 from Pied Piper Liquor Store on May 16th. 64 more words

News

Chinese drinkers can't kick their fancy French cognac habit

Shares in the French drinks group Rémy Cointreau are rising in Paris today, after the company published a punchy sales update (pdf). Revenue growth in the company’s full fiscal year (to March) rose by less than 1%, after controlling for currency moves, but investors were cheered by a much bigger jump in sales in the first three months of the year. 248 more words

When you feel like a good whine...

Sorry – I actually meant wine!  I just returned from Bordeaux in France and there is nothing to whine about with this destination.  Just a wonderful week of wine tasting, food tasting, wine and food pairing and much more.   437 more words

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Mike Stephen: BLUE1647 founder and Circle of Centaurs honoree Emile Cambry

Mike Stephen talks with Emile Cambry about founding his Pilsen-based technology innovation center BLUE1647, the importance of investing in the community, and being part of Remy Martin’s inaugural Circle of Centaurs mentorship program. 10 more words

WGN Radio

Louis XIII de Rémy Martin's Quest For A Legend

Cognac, an acquired taste that was invented in the 16th century but whose roots trace back to time immemorial, is one of mankind’s most discerning beverages. 420 more words

Style & Accessories

Rémy Martin Centaure Extra circa 1980s 40% / Valdespino Oloroso 20 yo 'Solera 1842' 20%

Right double tasting. Cognac first, an old one too. What curious treasures one find in forgotten corners of old cabinets.

Right this is a Cognac, which means a twice distilled brandy whose source grapes are grown in certain areas around the town of Cognac, and aged for a minimum of two years in  French Oak barrels. 436 more words

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