The Raymond Ragnaud Très Vieille Grande Champagne Cognac is a Grande Champagne delight from a single vintage from the year 1952. This rare Cognac has been allowed to mature to 42°, and the finished product is one that will delight even the most fastsidious of Cognac connoisseurs.
This is a Cognac to truly saver - one for those special occasions. Of course, as you'd expect with such a well-aged Cognac, the inimitable taste of rancio is present. The Cognac is powerful, true to the uniqueness of the soil that makes Grande Champagne the most sought after terroir in the region. Comes in a traditional style Cognac bottle in woooden presenation box.
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Tasting review by Raymond Ragnaud:
Eye: Luminous old gold amber.
Nose: Deep majestic, profusion of fruits and stewed vegetables, variety of peppers, indian spice, hint of acid drops, grape seeds, smoke, rare exotic wood, rosewood, cedar, and musk.
Palate: Intense & powerful, both suave and sensual, cigarillo, very long intense finish.
Covering 47 hectares of Grande Champagne vineyards, Cognac Raymond Ragnaud is a family run house with a history that can be traced back to 1860. Producing ranges under the labels “Premier”, “Prestige” and “Carafe”, Raymond Ragnaud cognacs are created in the time old traditions that have been passed down through the centuries. Over the past few years the house has concentrated on increasing overseas sales, and now around 75 per cent of all Raymond Ragnaud Cognac are exported around the world.