The Ragnaud-Sabourin family owns one of the most prestigious private estates in Grande Champagne and certainly have a grand history.
The estate was established in 1850 by Gaston Briand, one of the first in the region to push for an establishment of recognised crus. In 1941 a split took place in the Ragnaud family, and one brother, Raymond Ragnaud, set off on his own. The other brother, Marcel Ragnaud, went on to develop Ragnaud-Sabourin and establish the house as one of the finest in Cognac. Today, it is run by Annie and her son Olivier. None of their cognacs undergo sweetening or colouring. The number of each in the range illustrates the minimum age of the cognac contained in the bottle. The Sabourin Family continues to bottle some very old cognacs from their reserve cellars.