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Wine trader Philippe Augier founded Augier in 1643, and it is said to be the first Cognac house. The grapes for Le Sauvage are cultivated in the organic reforms of Petite Champagne, with stone fruit aromas and a delightful and subtle hint of spice. The distillation procedure includes an additional infusion of wine, and the tannin extraction is enhanced by the triple aging in new, aged, and red oak barrels, resulting in exquisite oaky overtones.