Premium French cooking brand, La Cornue has introduced the CornuFé 90 Albertine gourmet stove, named in tribute to the founder of La Cornue, Albert Dupuy, and his wife Alexandrine.
Dupuy established La Cornue in 1908, developing and launching the world’s first convection oven. More than 100 years later, La Cornue continues to celebrate its French culinary history.
At 90 centimetres wide, CornuFé 90 Albertine combines the classic elegance, signature design and excellent cooking performance of the classic CornuFé 110 in a smaller and more affordable model. It features one large multi-function convection oven, seven unique cooking modes, five powerful brass gas burners, and one large storage drawer.
The dual-fuel range combines electric and gas. The 110-litre-capacity electric oven can roast large dishes or cook multiple dishes at once. For smaller dishes or everyday cooking, the oven has a divider so that only one half of the oven is heated, saving energy. The stove has five gas hobs: one large central burner, one simmer burner, and three standard burners.
The colour and accent trim of the CornuFé 90 Albertine can be customised to complement kitchen design. There is a choice of seven classic colours: brushed stainless steel, dark navy blue, matt black, paris blue, pure white, shiny black and antique white (by special order) and three trim accent choices: polished brass, satin chrome and polished chrome. Bespoke cookers are available by special order.
La Cornue is distributed via Andi-Co and E&S.