Renowned around the globe, the style of the House of Rémy Martin is rich with a legacy that spans three centuries. Inscribed in the ledgers of time, it has made its mark through a constant quest for perfection and excellence.
Established by Rémy Martin himself, the secret to this success lies in the hands of the house Cellar Masters, entrusted with taking nature’s gifts and transforming them into the signature style. Each Cellar Master learns from their predecessor, who preserves the mystery until the next generation.
A perennial gift of transmission that keeps the legacy alive for the future.
In 2014, Cellar Master Pierrette Trichet is succeeded by Baptiste Loiseau.
At 34, he joins the quartet that has forged the House of Rémy Martin’s reputation for the last century.
The fifth in a trusted line, Baptiste Loiseau was officially inducted on April 10, 2014 at a ceremony in Cognac, in the heart of the terroir.
A new chapter that encapsulates the spirit and tradition of the House of Rémy Martin.