Cognac Raymond Ragnaud, "Heritage", 1906, wooden box, 0.7 L
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Reviews of purchase Raymond Ragnaud, "Heritage", 1906, wooden box, 0.7 L
Cognac color of old gold.
Balanced, clean, harmonious and complex taste of this drink shows elegant notes of plums, ripe pears and tobacco. Cognac has an exquisite finish stunning length.
Expressive, gentle, heady aroma of cognac reveals noble nuances of fruits and rancio (tones of toasted bread and nuts), complemented by interesting undertones of yellow peach liqueur, wood, honey, nutmeg and cinnamon.
Cognac is great as a digestif, and goes well with fresh coffee and cigars.
Rano family moved to permanent residence in the Cognac region in 1860. Exactly 40 years later, Paul Rano bought Chateau Ambleville, Charente. It is on these grounds he and svomi children - and Marcel Raymond, began a great family affair. In 1941, the reins passed to Raymond, and the company acquired its present name - "Raymond Rano". The second son of Paul engaged in the development of the brand "Ragnaud-Sabourin". Raymond decided to go towards the creation of the noble spirits of the highest quality, of which planned to produce cognac with a rare subtlety of taste. In his possession for the realization of their plans was 48 hectares of fertile land in the subregion Grande Champagne, planted vines Folle Blanche and Ugni Blanc. And he ordered obtaining resources wisely and professionally. Today it is owned by the daughter of Raymond - Francoise, who is now 25 years provides expert management of all processes occurring in the estate, and follows the process of "birth" and "development" cognacs.
Spirits of Raymond Ragnaud embody the harmonious interaction of refinement and strength. Of the nearly 130,000 bottles produced by the company for the year 3/4 is exported to various countries around the world, including Japan, England, Switzerland. Cognacs from "Raymond Rano" decorate showcases the most expensive shops in Paris and wine lists the most prestigious restaurants in France, among them the famous hotel "Ritz".