Raymond Ragnaud Vintage 1990 Grande Champagne Cognac

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Raymond Ragnaud Cognac

The Raymond Ragnaud Vintage 1990 Grande champagne Cognac is a superb chance to own a delight from one of the best harvest years in recent memory.  The harvest of 1990 has been described by some as 'mythical' - and this Cognac really does represent exceptional value for money for such a product.

A pure Grande Champagne blend, the Cognac delights on the eye with its intense golden color with flashes of mahogany reflections.  On the nose and palate you enjoy an abundance of floral notes, well-complemented by the yummy tones of toasted bread.  At 41° it's slightly over-proof, and the traditional style Cognac bottle comes in a stylish presentation box.  A great addition to any drinks cabinet, and a fabulous choice as a gift for the lover of the finer things in life.

Cognac age:
Vintage
Growth area:
Grande Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
41%
Vintage year:
1990

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Raymond Ragnaud Vintage 1990 Grande Champagne

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