Cognac is rarely born of a single eau-de-vie or a single growing area, but generally from a blend of different ages and crus, sometimes up to a hundred of them.
It can be made also exclusively from certain “cru”, for example exclusively from “Grande Champagne”, but of different ages.
Grande Champagne : about 13,000 hectares of clay and compact chalk soil. The Grande Champagne cru is located around the town of Segonzac. It produces a very fine, high-quality Cognac. It is known as the Premier Cru du Cognac.
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18 years old eau-de-vie.
The golden shade of a light Cognac. Refined, vigorous nose.
The fresh and harmonious aromas are typical of the Grande Champagne eaux-de-vie.
This fine and elegant "eau-de-vie" is produced from a rare and old grape variety "the Folle Blanche".
The "Folle Blanche" is the original cognac grape variety, abandoned after the attack of phylloxera in the late nineteenth century.
The "Folle Blanche" gives incredibly elegant, delicate and perfumed cognacs.
Under the watchful eye of Madame BRICQ our cellar master harmoniously blends the different Eaux-de-Vie in order to obtain the subtle aroma of a Raymond RAGNAUD Extra Vieux XO Cognac.
Packaging: ‘Square” Decanter with wooden box.
The Paul Beau family is a Cognac Producer settled in Segonzac, in the heart of the Grande Champagne, first cru of Cognac.
The Vieille Réserve is a typical Grande Champagne cognac with all qualities and aromas of the first cru.
Vieille Grande Champagne. Gold medal at the 2008 Concours Agricole de Paris, Silver medal at the International Wine and Spirit Competition 2001. Aged 20-25 years.
Gold medal at the 2010 Concours Général Agricole of Paris !