The Ragnaud family began producing cognac in 1860 with a few vines in Grande Champagne planted with Folle Blanche and Ugni Blanc. Raymond Ragnaud create the brand of the same name in 1941 and began bottling the cognacs produced by his ancestors, starting with his father Paul Ragnaud. The estate, which is today managed by Françoise Ragnaud-Bricq, was gradually expanded and today counts 47 hectares spread across the three properties of Ambleville, Criteuil La Madeleine and Lignères-Sonneville.
About the cuvée
Raymond Ragnaud Réserve Rare cognac is produced with grapes grown in Grande Champagne, the most central and prestigious cru in the appellation. Aged in oak casks for approximately 18 years, it is presented in a wax-sealed bottle.
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