The bold taste of Augier Le Sauvage Cognac is achieved by distilling the wine on its fine lees, an old-fashioned natural method for distillation. The body is fresh but subtly balanced, boasting vibrant fruit notes. The finish is long. Grape: Ugni Blanc The Cognac region’s emblematic variety, and the eaux-de-vies used to create this cognac are grown solely in the Petite Champagne region.
The cognac has an appealing intensity with a complex, subtly balanced body displaying clear-cut, vibrant fruit notes. The finish is long and gently spiced.
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This may come as a surprise, but Cognac Augier is the oldest of all the existing cognac houses. It was established in 1643 by a wine merchant, during a time when the region was still finding out about the potential of its grapes, wine, and distilled eau-de-vie. No one knew at that time what a success story Cognac would soon have worldwide.