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Eternal ... An Armagnac of 60 years old is eternal. It is rare to find an eau de vie that continues to express such character after so many years. This blend is the result of a long and delicate selection ...
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20 years old, the prime of life. This Armagnac is full of life and displays a lovely character. Already the alcohol is tamed, the tannins more refined and the aromas take shape. It is certainly the most ...
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In the Armagnac region, when one decides to sell a product in its original vintage, the law requires a minimum of 10 years ageing in oak barrels. The desired balance between flavours, tannins and alcohol ...
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Chateau de Gaube is located in the Perquie area of Landes in Bas-Armagnac. The Baco grape is dominant in this estate, giving complexity, stability and flavour to all their armagnacs. This example, from ...
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A rare bottling, this 1965 vintage Armagnac from southwest France where the Darroze family owns the Domaine de Peyrot (100% Baco, 40 year old vines at the time). This is delicate, complex, long and very ...
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Armagnac is the idiosyncratic style of Brandy made in the Gascony region in South West France. Although made from the same grape varieties as its better know and nearby relative Cognac, Armagnac is a distinctly ...
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Unlike the majority of the armagnacs in our ageing cellar, produced using the baco grape, Roumats armagnacs are 100% Saint Emilion (also known as Ugni Blanc in the Cognac region). This gives them a singular ...
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Enjoy this Armagnac produced by Francis Darroze that is 750ml.
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Maturity begins at 30. The fresh fruit is transformed into dried and candied fruit, the spicy character asserts itself, the first aromas of « rancio » appear and the alcohol is perfectly mellow. ...
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Very nutty, with aromas of nougat, honey, and fresh cut grass. On the palate, flavors of chocolate malt balls, sweet apple and citrus, vanilla, caramel, and a moderate but well-balanced finish. A classic ...
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This is the culmination of the cellar master s blending skill. Various vintages of the oldest Armagnac are aged to perfection and blended to produce this jewel. The result is an Armagnac that will thrill ...
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A clean, bright nose of citrus, fresh pear, and hints of herb and spice. In the mouth the same citrusy flavors are experienced, as well as some grassy/herbal, mineral touches. the finish is extremely clean, ...
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The result is a supple, full-fruited and liquorous Armagnac with a rich, smoky bouquet reminiscent of prunes and a lingering, mellow finish. Forty percent alcohol by volume (80 proof).
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The region of Armagnac lays claim to being France’s first brandy, having embraced distillation in the 15th century as the process slowly spread from Moorish Spain. Cognac, some 100 miles to the north, ...
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Francis Darroze first developed his love for Armagnac while working as a sommelier in his family’s two-star Michelin restaurant in Bas- Armagnac. In 1974, after years of sourcing the best Armagnacs for ...
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The many climates throughout France mean there are a wide variety of grapes grown in hundreds of growing regions. The country produces everything from red, white and rosé to sparkling, still and fortified. The grapes have been purposefully grown to pair well with food, a goal after our own hearts. French wine is often imitated but rarely exacted by other new world winemakers. It is the source of many grape varieties, practices and styles that have been used around the world.

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