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Remy Martin - my favourite!

One warehouse with 6000 barrels of brandy........
There are rows of warehouses and tens of thousands of barrels.......
Have just spent a few days in France and visited the Cognac area.
Couldn't resist calling in at Remy Martin!! Fascinating.....

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David Winge25-May-2004 03:53
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm What a perfectly lit photo, just beautiful.
christianl24-May-2004 21:00
Well done!
Guest 24-May-2004 18:31
Well captured mood. Great work.
Robin Reid24-May-2004 18:18
Oh this is great! You've really captured the scene and the feeling!
Lou Giroud24-May-2004 17:19
All wine or brandy factories are fascinating anyway. I am a very well known person in Bordeaux and i have visited nice places there once. This cask cellars are sometimes in such a nice light atmosphere, just like this one. Good shot. And don't forget : Stop drinking and smoking will reduce public treasure income and make local taxes go higher !!!
Chris24-May-2004 17:18
Only sample was a taster of 'cooking brandy' mixed as a cocktail - but it was OK.
The most impressive was the 40-100 year old Louis XIII brandy, bottled in numbered crystal bottles and retailing at 1200euros a bottle (£840 a go)!! The 'polite' notice pointed out that breakages must be paid for......!
Herb 24-May-2004 16:54
Any samples?
katwilkens24-May-2004 16:35
Yummy picture.
Guest 24-May-2004 15:52
GREAT SHOT! I wish I could have been there...did you take a few barrels with ya? lol
Larry Ahern24-May-2004 15:48
Oh my!! So much to drink and so little time! This is a beautiful shot BTW!
Guest 24-May-2004 15:46
This is FASCINATING!!! Beautiful lighting. The perspective and angle you chose are awesome. An excellent shot, great find with this!!
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