Heritage Madame Gaston Briand Cognac, Grande Fine Champagne 46% - Vintage blend of Grande Champagne 1er cru from Ragnaud-Sabourin house, harvested between 1900-1925. Complex and endorsed as one of the world's finest cognacs by The New York Times and acclaimed critic Gerd von Paczensky.
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Marcel Ragnaud Grande Fine Champagne Cognac Heritage Madame Gaston Briand 46%, 1900-1925
Marcel Ragnaud's Grande Fine Champagne Cognac, Heritage Madame Gaston Briand 46% - a rare vintage cognac blend that can transport you through time. Harvested in Amblevile Charente between 1900-1925, this exquisite cognac remained untouched in barrels for over half a century, producing a complexity and flavor that's unparalleled. Certified as one of the world's best by The New York Times and esteemed critic Gerd von Paczensky, this cognac carries the tradition and impeccable quality of the Ragnaud-Sabourin family, renowned for crafting unique blends of Grande Champagne 1er cru since 1850. Savor the epitome of craftsmanship in every sip with this historic spirit.
Gaston Briand, was the founder of the house Ragnaud Sabourin (in 1850), and was the President of the Union des Viticulteurs. He had the reputation of being the best producer of Grande Champagne.