The history of the cognac Remy Martin began in 1724. The company was founded by the famous winemaker Remy Martin. Today, the company occupies a leading position in the segment of premium drinks. From the middle of the 19th century to the present day, the unchanging trademark of the company adorns the artificial Centaur horse. Now the owners of the enterprise are the descendants of Remy Martin, the Dubreuil-Cointreau family. The company grows its own Ugni Blanc grapes, setting aside a large area of 150 hectares for it. Remy Martin is one of the three most famous and respected cognac houses in France. It started its activity at the beginning of the XVIII century, even then creating masterpieces for the French royal court. Many generations of the Martin family have been changed, but each of them has contributed to the development and promotion of the house on the world market. The image on the bottles of a centaur raising a spear is an indisputable sign of a quality product.