Married to perfection in casks crafted of local Gascony black oak, you can taste the strength and subtle aromas in the Larressingle Armagnac by wafting the glass by your nose, and then sipping a small taste to truly evaluate why Larressingle is the leader in its category.
This spirit is a marriage of very old reserve brandies from the Ténareze district which shows refined, vinous, mellow, smoky flavors and aromas offset by notes of plum and prune ending in a warm, lasting finish.
When enjoying Larressingle Armagnac on its own, take the time to sip, and cherish the flavor you will not find elsewhere. Enjoy this to start with a goat cheese, a rhubarb tart, or possibly move onto a Gers tradition of Fois Gras, and finish with a dark chocolate. You can continue to drink Larressingle Armagnac throughout the whole meal, and pair it to perfection.