Ragnaud Sabourin

This property is possibly the most prestigious private estate in Cognac, producing the finest Champagne Cognacs from 50 hectares in the Grand Champagne District. It was founded in 1850 by M. Gaston Briand, who was the instigator of the identification of the different terroirs of Cognac in 1909. This led to the 1936 classifications of the different Crus, and funnily enough his vineyards are at the heart of the Grand Champagne District.

The property is currently run by three generations of the ladies of Ragnuad Sabourin, Patricia, Annie and Denise. Here we got to see the historic family cellars, in which they have a substantial stock amounting to 15 years worth of sales, including the 'paradis' where this fabled spirit is now housed in glass demijohns. Having this level of stock allows them to blend some very old spirits in their Cognacs and by using the Martel method of distillation they produce an elegant spirit with stunning depth. Their range is as follows.
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