Ragnaud Sabourin Héritage Ragnaud Cognac
Wonderfully combining the character of different grape varieties, Ragnaud Sabourin Héritage Ragnaud is a Grande Champagne Cognac comprising 40% Ugni Blanc, 30% Folle Blanche and 30% Colombard grapes. This Hors d’Age expression has been bottled from a parcel of very old Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie from the beginning of the last century that Marcel Ragnaud inherited and has been handed down through the family.
The Ragnaud-Sabourin estate was founded in 1850 by Gaston Briand and his son-in-law Marcel Ragnaud. Today, Annie Ragnaud-Sabourin and her son Olivier carry on the family expertise, focusing exclusively on eaux-de-vie produced from their own vines. Sitting on a hill outside the village of Ambleville in the south of Grande Champagne, this wonderful estate may be small, but it is also one of the most prominent houses in Cognac, selling fine eaux-de-vie to a range of larger companies. However, they always make sure to keep the majority for themselves, which is why the House of Ragnaud-Sabourin boasts unusually large stocks of old Cognac - some of which predate the phylloxera epidemic. As a result, they are able to offer a wide selection of high-end releases.
Few houses dedicate themselves to such a long-term view on their production, but the Ragnaud-Sabourin family know how to plan ahead. The present stocks kept in their cellars represent around fifteen years of future sales - a long-term investment, but always worth the wait.
Presentation of the Bottle
The Ragnaud Sabourin Héritage Ragnaud Cognac comes in a classically elegant slim bottle, with a vintage-style label featuring elegant silver text. Each bottle is numbered and comes with a certificate of quality and authenticity.
How to Enjoy
Pour this exceptional Premier Cru Cognac into a tulip glass and let it rest for 30 seconds before taking a sip in order to let its aromas develop fully. Serve after a fine dinner, with dessert or simply on its own.
About 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.