|No||Most Expensive Porsche||Price|
|1||Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne||$2,000,000|
|2||Hennessy Beauté du Siècle Cognac||$200,000|
|3||Croizet Cognac Cuvée Léonie 1858||$156,349|
|4||Gautier Cognac 1762||$144,525|
|5||Cognac Brugerolle 1795||
|6||Remy Martin Louis XIII L’Odyssee D’un Roi Cognac||
|7||Hennessy 8 Cognac||$93,743|
|8||Hennessy Edition Particulière||$28,794|
|10||Hennessy Ellipse Cognac||$12,322|
Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne $2,000,000
The Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne is the most expensive cognac and the rarest cognac in the world, worth $2,000,000.
The Henry IV Dudognon Heritage is the most expensive cognac brand in the world.
This century-old cognac is the rarest and most expensive cognac in the world
The wine bottle was made by jeweler Jose Davalos. It is plated with 24K gold and platinum on the outside, inlaid with 6,500 diamonds, and has a total weight of 8 kilograms.
The interior can only hold 1000ml of brandy. This cognac has a 100-year aging time and is used to commemorate King Henry IV.
Hennessy Beauté du Siècle Cognac $245,000
The Hennessy Beauté du Siècle Cognac is the 2nd most expensive cognac in the world, worth $2,00,000.
Hennessy Beauté du Siècle Cognac was launched in 2007 as the sixth-generation descendant of the Hennessy family, Kilian Hennessy, to commemorate the centennial birthday of Kilian Hennessy, so it was named Beauté du Siécle, limited to 100 pieces.
The wine is bottled in Baccarat crystal decanter and is presented in a case of an extraordinary rococo crystal, along with 4 hand-blown Murano glasses.
It condenses the century-old essence of European art and the elegant and romantic French legend, which is extremely magnificent.
Croizet Cognac Cuvée Léonie 1858 $156,349
The Croizet Cognac Cuvée Léonie 1858 is the 3rd most expensive cognac in the world, worth $156,349.
In September 2011, at Shanghai International Commodity Auction Company, a bottle of 1858 Cuvée Léonie Cognac from Pierre Croizet’s cellar was hammered down for $156,349, which was the highest auction price for a single cognac in history and listed in the “Guinness World Records”.
Gautier Cognac 1762 $144,525
The Gautier Cognac 1762 is the 4th most expensive cognac sold at auction in the world, worth $144,525.
The Gautier Cognac 1762 was the last and largest of these remaining bottles, known as ‘Grand Frère,’ or the ‘Big Brother.
The Gautier Cognac 1762 is the most popular, oldest, and most authentic cognac.
The Gautier Cognac 1762 is also one of the rarest vintage spirit bottles with a handwritten label, painted cellar cold, driven cork, and wax seal.
Cognac Brugerolle 1795 €138,000
The Cognac Brugerolle 1795 is the 5th most expensive cognac in the world, worth €138,000.
Cognac Brugerolle 1795 was brewed in 1795 by the Brugerolle company.
The bottle that holds Cognac Brugerolle 1795 is a hand-blown 6-liter magnum, possibly the last bottle of brandy of its kind in the world.
Remy Martin Louis XIII L’Odyssee D’un Roi Cognac $134,750
The Remy Martin Louis XIII L’Odyssee D’un Roi Cognac is the 6th most expensive cognac in the world, worth $134,750.
Remy Martin Louis XIII L’Odyssee D’un Roi Cognac is made from a variety of Eaux de vie that has been stored for 40 to 100 years.
The story of Louis XIII also dates back to 1850, when Paul-Emile, the son of the third generation of Remy Martin, bought a Renaissance baroque wine bottle found on the ancient battlefield of Louis XIII near Jarnac
The royal fleur-de-lys pattern on the bottle represents the noble lintel that the bottle once belonged to the royal family.
Paul-Emile applied for a copy patent and named it “Louis XIII”.
In 1874, he officially registered the Sagittarius constellation logo and the wine bottle already known as Louis XIII as company trademarks.
So far, the era of “Louis XIII” has begun! The Louis XIII wine bottle has become a wine vessel specially used to hold Remy Martin’s aging and the best quality cognac, and Louis XIII has become synonymous with top-quality cognac.
Hennessy 8 Cognac $93,743
The Hennessy 8 Cognac is the 7th most expensive cognac in the world, worth $93,743.
Hennessy 8 Cognac is the crystallization of the Hennessy family’s cognac brewing technology passed down from generation to generation for more than two centuries and the constant pursuit of perfect quality.
Yann Fillioux, Hennessy’s seventh-generation wine cellar master, specially blended this Hennessy 8, which is blended from 8 original wines and is limited to 250 bottles worldwide.
The Baccarat crystal bottle containing this wine was designed by artist Arik Lévy.
The bottle is composed of eight rings, representing the inheritance of Hennessy’s eight generations of cellar masters.
The wooden wine box is made of 25 layers of oak stacks, echoing Hennessy’s 250 years long history.
Hennessy Edition Particulière $28,794
The Hennessy Edition Particulière is the 8th most expensive cognac in the world, worth $28,794.
This wine is a limited edition cognac specially produced by Hennessy for the Part des Anges charity auction of cognac, and only 29 bottles are released.
This cognac uses hundreds of rare aged original wines, the wine bottle uses the Baccarat crystal bottle as before, and the cork handmade by Guerlain becomes the finishing touch.
Hennessy Timeless $13,618
The Hennessy Timeless is the 9th most expensive cognac in the world, worth $13,618.
Produced in 1999, this wine is a commemorative wine released by Hennessy to welcome the millennium, limited to 2,000 pieces.
The wine is composed of 11 original wines from 1900, 1918, 1929, 1939, 1947, 1953, 1959, 1961, 1970, 1983, and 1990. Almost all of them were sold out as soon as they were released, and they are favored by collectors and connoisseurs.
The oval-shaped crystal wine bottle was designed by the famous Baccarat designer Thomas Bastide, and the eye-catching iron frame box has also become a classic and has been imitated.
Hennessy Ellipse Cognac $12,322
The Hennessy Ellipse Cognac is the 10th most expensive cognac in the world, worth $12,322.
The Hennessy Ellipse Cognac is also one of the most expensive bottles of cognac.
This is an updated version of Hennessy Eternal Cognac, which is blended from 7 original wines. It also uses a Baccarat crystal decanter, showing novel and modern design features.
Hennessy Ellipse Cognac must be distilled twice and aged in oak barrels for at least two years. To make a high-quality Hennessy Ellipse Cognac, people will taste the spirit regularly to monitor the aging process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why is Louis XIII cognac so expensive?
It belongs to imported foreign wine, no matter in terms of transportation cost or tax cost, some sellers will pass these costs on to consumers.
Of course, in addition to these costs, this wine itself is a very distinctive series of products.
The work of each master bartender’s life, it can be called the best cognac.
What is the best top shelf cognac?
Camus is the best top shelf cognac.
Founded in 1863 by Jean-Baptise Camus, Camus is the top brand of cognac in the world, enjoying a high reputation and respect for 150 years.
It is also one of the few independent cognac families in the world that are completely controlled by the family.
With its outstanding quality, Camus Cognac has become the only cognac brand that has won the “World’s Best Cognac” award 5 times, and the family has thus won the title of “Cognac Family”
Why is Hennessy XO so expensive?
The ingredients used to make Hennessy XO over the years are of good quality and top quality
Hennessy is one of the four major cognac brands in the Cognac region of France.
The world’s first bottle of XO comes from Hennessy, which means specially brewed.
Hennessy XO has been repeatedly blended and aged in oak casks for more than 10 years, so the price will naturally be high.
Is Louis XIII cognac worth it?
Yes, LOUIS XIII cognac, born in France, is a fine wine that is worth buying and collecting.
Because the wine has a mellow taste and a delicious aftertaste, the limited production makes it very precious, and it has been loved by consumers since it was launched.
LOUIS XIII cognac adopts traditional wine-making techniques and incorporates modern wine-making techniques to create a special taste.
Slightly sip the tea in the mouth, the taste is round and delicate, and there is a touch of fragrant fruity aroma in the whole mouth, which is very comfortable and graceful. If it is paired with iced drinking, the taste will be even more unique.
How much does Louis XIII Black Pearl cost?
Limited Remy martin Louis xiii black pearl is always a symbol of luxury, and the price of Louis XIII Black Pearl brandy is absolutely super expensive, starting at $8,000!
What is eau de vie in cognac?
Eau de vie, a specialty of the Cognac region of France, is distilled twice from a light liquor and stored in oak barrels for maturation.
Hennessy Cognac can be served neat (without water) in an Eau de vie glass or served in a tumbler with ice or water.
When eating vegetables, they can be used as an accompaniment and drunk after meals to help digestion.
What company produces Cognac?
Cognac producers are mainly Hennessy, Martell, Remy Martin, and Napoleon.
Why cognac is so expensive?
This unique brandy produced in the Cognac region of France, once bottled, is completely isolated from the outside world and hardly changes.
After that, there is no difference between one or two years and one or two hundred years. Prices won’t change dramatically either.
At this time, the value of a wine is measured by the aging time in the barrel of cognac.
So the longer the time will have high priced.