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Raymond Ragnaud Tres Vieille Grande Champagne Cognac

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A Grande Champagne Cognac, 1st Growth (Cru) of the Cognac region.

One of the oldest Cognac of the Raymond Ragnaud House.

Old gold robe.

Spontaneous fragrance of pepper, cedar and sandalwood.

An authentic Cognac for the pleasure of the connoisseurs.

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One of the oldest Cognac of the Raymond Ragnaud House.

A Grande Champagne Cognac, Premier Cru of the cognac region.

Aged gold colour.

Spontaneous presence of peppers, cedar, and sandalwood.

A Cognac that will enchant the connoisseur in an authentic display.

Size :Bottle/Decanter 0.70L
Alcohol Degree :42%
Appellation :Cognac Grande Champagne Premier Cru

In 1860 the family of Raymond Ragnaud owned a small vineyard In the Grande Champagne, the most sought-after area of the quality of its eaux-de-vie which were particulary suited for ageing, planted only with Ugni-blanc and Folle blanche grapes, the best varieties of the Charente vineyards.
In 1920. Paul Ragnaud settled in the Chateau of Ambleville and was succeeded in 1941 by his son Raymond who ran the vineyard and decided to market the eaux-de-vie he had inherited. In 1963. His wife, with the help of their two children, Frangoise and Jean-Marie, expanded the business which now covers 47 hectares in 3 different vineyards - Ambleville. Criteuil and Lignieres-Sonneville - lying on the slopes of the Grande Champagne, a unique and exceptionnal area which produces eaux-de-vie of unparalleled quality.
These vineyards are now cultivated by the Ste Ragnaud-Bricq. For the last 30 years, Frangoise Ragnaud-Bricq, has remained faithful to her roots and carried on the tradition by supervising the grape harvest with meticulousness and great experience. She works hand in hand with the cellar-master to produce eaux-de-vie by distilling only wine harvested in her vineyards.
The Ragnaud-Bricq is now producing a large palett of Cognacs which are exclusively coming from its vineyards and are exclusively Grande Champagne, Premier Cru of the Cognac Region.
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The Ragnaud family owned in the 1860s a small vineyard in Grande Champagne de Cognac, which wasn’t yet classified Premier Cru, but recognized by every professional at the time, like the region’s best Cru. It ended up being classified Premier Cru later, based on its exceptional qualities.

At the time, like now, the vineyard was planted in Folle Blanche and Ugni-Blanc varieties, which resisted to phylloxera, a mortal disease that reached at the time the whole Cognac wine lands.

In 1920, Paul Ragnaud settled in the Castle of Ambleville, followed in 1941 by his son Raymond, who decided to create the Raymond Ragnaud brand by bottling the inherited spirits under his name.

In 1963, his wife with help from her two children, Françoise and Jean-Marie, enhances the vineyard with consecutive acquisitions, to reach 47 hectares dispatched on 3 properties: Ambleville, Criteuil la Madeleine and Lignères-Sonneville on the famous chalky hillsides of the Grande Champagne region.

For 30 years, Françoise Ragnaud-Bricq, truthful to her ancestral roots, manages the three vineyards by continuing with the family traditions and expertise, settled in Ambleville for more than 150 years in the Grande Champagne Premier Cru lands.

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