Ragnaud Sabourin Fontevieille No. 35 Cognac

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Ragnaud Sabourin Cognac

This Grande Champagne cognac Ragnaud Sabourin Fontevieille No. 35 uses at 60% Ugni Blanc grapes and 40% Folle Blanche, Colombard grapes. It mixes three different grape varieties in one cognac.

Cognac age:
XO
Growth area:
Grande Champagne
Bottle size:
700ml
ABV:
43%

$160 - In stock

excl. shipping
Tasting Notes

A unblendend Grande Champagne delicate and very elegant. On the nose rather fruity. You mind smell some orange notes. The palate smooth and rich with a well developed and complex finish - marked by the Charente rancio. 

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Ragnaud Sabourin Fontevieille No. 35

Ragnaud Sabourin Fontevieille No. 35

A unblendend Grande Champagne delicate and very elegant. On the nose rather fruity. You mind smell some orange notes. The palate smooth and rich with a well developed and complex finish - marked by the Charente rancio. 

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