A family business since 1860, Raymond Ragnaud House is located in the prime areas of the Grande Champagne. Today, Françoise Ragnaud-Bricq develops its eaux-de-vie exclusively starting from the wines produced on the farm.
Raymond Ragnaud is a few wise enough distillers to put aside the best of the best years' production and then create exclusive vintage couvés.
It takes 15 years of aging to produce Ragnaud's Vieille reserve cognac.
15 years eau-de-vie, an aging in small French oak barrels to produce an exceptional cognac the Vieille reserve of Ragnaud.
Ragnaud's cognac Vieille reserve is produced from the best champagne grapes and can therefore boast the appellation 1 cru de cognac.
Gold color shade, fine and delicate smell, it can be combined with a delicate cigar like Davidoff grand cru 5 or like Romeo and Julieta cedros de lux n. 3.