Ragnaud Sabourin Cognac

Ragnaud Sabourin Cognac

A prestigious family-run estate with a history dating back to 1850, the cognac house of Ragnaud Sabourin are known for their blends and single vintages produced from only the 1er cru region of the Grande Champagne. Priding themselves at keeping firmly to family and tradition, even their employers and clients span the generations. The estate produces a complete range of cognacs, from a VS through to single year vintages, and Cognac Ragnaud Sabourin embrace the past, present and future to create cognacs of exceptional quality.

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History of Cognac Ragnaud Sabourin

The house of Ragnaud Sabourin in Ambleville, Charente, was founded by Gaston Briand back in the 1850s. The cognac house shares its name with Cognac Raymond Ragnaud because of a joint history, which was ended due to a family indifference in 1941. The one brother, Raymond, took off to establish his own cognac house, while the other, Marcel, established Ragnaud Sabourin. Well-known in the industry even at this early stage of cognac production, cellar master Marcel Ragnaud was respected by his peers for his exemplary skills in the process of wine and cognac making.

This knowledge and eye for detail has been passed on through the generations, with each successive cellar master sticking to the traditional methods of the estate’s founder to produce a range of eaux-de-vie faithful to the ways of Marcel.

Ragnaud Sabourin Cognac Today

Today, little has changed in the production methods at Ragnaud Sabourin Cognac. Currently the estate is run by Annie Ragnaud Sabourin and her son Olivier.

News, Products and Old Labels

Ragnaud Sabourin produce a wide range of cognacs. The entry level cognac produced is the Ragnaud Sabourin Alliance No. 4 VS, which can be purchased for around €30. 

Other notable cognacs include the Ragnaud Sabourin Le Paradis. This is produced from 90 per cent eaux-de-vie from the beginning of the 20th century, and 10 per cent pre-phylloxera from before 1870.  

They also produce single year vintages, such as the Ragnaud Sabourin Millesime 1988.

Prices for the older cognacs range up to around €1700 for a bottle of Ragnaud Sabourin Heritage Ragnaud and higher for the single vintage years.

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