Laguiole en Aubrac manufactures knives, 100% of French origin and each piece is signed by the cutler who created it.
The Laguiole brand has existed since 1829 and Laguiole en Aubrac remains one of the last factories where the entire production process is carried out from A to Z by a single cutler. Indeed, all the assembly stages are carried out by one and the same person, with manual guillochage on the forged spring and adjustment on sight.
The steel used on the blades is Swedish Sandvik 12C27 stainless steel, one of the best steels in the world, renowned for its cutting performance.
A blade passes through the hands of a knife maker 16 times before being mounted on a knife.
The wood for the knives made for Chateau Dauzac is made from the vines. To be exact, 8 vines of Cabernet Sauvignon, 50 years old, were used to make the 20 handles of the knives. No varnish is used on the wooden handles. They are waxed with vegetable waxes.