Well-distilled, created and time-honoured cognac has always been synonymous with superlative sipping for the sophisticated palates of the world. But savouring the subtle flavours of a world-renowned Louis XIII Cognac is an exclusive experience. Unsurprising, when you consider each decanter takes four generations of cellar masters and over 100 years to craft.
Inspired to pair the amber liquid with art in the form of a film called “100 Years – The Movie You Will Never See”, the cognac creators have teamed up with director Robert Rodriguez and French art de vivre enthusiast, actor John Malkovich, who also developed an original screenplay for “100 Years”.
Louis XIII’s global director, Ludovic du Plessis said they were ‘thrilled that this talented actor and creative filmmaker were inspired to join us on this artistic endeavour’.
“Louis XIII is a true testament to the mastery of time, and we sought to create a proactive piece of art that explores the dynamic relationship of the past, the present, and the future”, said du Plessis.
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