de Versailles helps to reinforce Martell as a Cognac that successfully merges heritage with today's modern tastes."
recently celebrated its partnership with the Ch âteau de Versailles with a dinner for 170 international guests at the palace on the outskirts of Paris. As part of the collaboration, the spirits brand is sponsoring an exhibition that shows what the palace would have looked like when it was furnished in silver. Guests at the event were treated to a private view of the exhibition, before sitting down to a meal cooked by top French chef Alain Senderens. Chris Seale, head of marketing for Cognac, said: "This sponsorship was chosen to reflect Martell's rich, French provenance and the brand's link with French luxury lifestyle. Partnering with Ch âteau