Rather difficult to find. A pity, because the oldest cognac house (1715) has made/makes great cognacs and is widely acclaimed. Martell is using a lot of eaux-de-vie from all cru’s, but has its preferences: those from the Borderies. The nose and palate do have more nuts than cognacs from de 1st and 2nd cru. Even the youngest cognac of this blend has matured for at least 5 to 7 years. The nice mouthfeel and the beautiful long finish are striking. With us still for an affordable price.