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Larressingle Armagnac Napoleon
4.6
28 ratings
2
Larressingle-Armagnac-Napoleon
Larressingle produces a complete range of armagnac, reflecting the know-how of our successive cellar masters. In the purest Gascony tradition, The Napoleon range is the link between VSOP and XO eaux-de-vie. For lovers of balanced and distinguished eaux-de-vie.
Marie Duffau Napoleon Bas Armagnac
4.1
18 ratings
3
Marie-Duffau-Napoleon-Bas-Armagnac
This Armagnac is fresh and lively, with flavors of cocoa, orange rind, cake batter.
Delord Napoleon Bas Armagnac
3.8
18 ratings
4
Delord-Napoleon-Bas-Armagnac
The opening aroma is atypical but following aeration the aroma becomes more of a customary Armagnac perfume as scents of sweet oak, prunes, cocoa, spice and raisins meld. The palate entry is assertive, sweet and raisiny; at midpalate a brief flash of spirit is followed by fat flavors of sautéed butter, almond paste, nougat and dark honey. Aftertaste is rich, long and sweet.
Chateau de Briat Hors d’Age Armagnac
4.6
13 ratings
1
Chateau-de-Briat-Hors-d’Age-Armagnac
Aged 15 years and distilled from mostly the hybrid Baco grape, Château de Briat Hors d’Age is big, rich, and round brandy brings to mind that chubby guy who is, to everyone’s surprise, an excellent dancer. Aromas of licorice and tobacco smoke, comforting flavors of candied nuts, chocolate, and dried fig, leading to a warm, enveloping finish.
Marie Duffau Armagnac Hors D’age
5.0
6 ratings
0
Marie-Duffau-Armagnac-Hors-D’age
Hors d’Age is 12 years old min. and has rich flavors of toffee, old oak, pitted plum and raisins.
Duc de Loussac VSOP Bas Armagnac
5.0
4 ratings
0
Duc-de-Loussac-VSOP-Bas-Armagnac
Discover Duc de Loussac VSOP Bas Armagnac Beer. Is a carbonated, fermented alcoholic beverage. You can learn more about this beer and its availability here.
Baron Gaston Bas Armagnac 1965
5.0
3 ratings
0
Baron-Gaston-Bas-Armagnac-1965
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Chabot Armagnac Vs
5.0
3 ratings
0
Chabot-Armagnac-Vs
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Gelas Armagnac Selecion
3.3
3 ratings
1
Gelas-Armagnac-Selecion
A blend of 3 to 5 year-old Armagnac made from Ugni Blanc and Baco grapes. Notes of honey and dried plums. Soft and smooth, with a satisfying sweetness on the palate. While the Gelas family can trace its origins in Gascony back through the centuries, Maison Gelas Armagnac was founded in 1865 and has been in its present location in Vic Fezensac ever since. The firm is now run by the engaging Philippe Gelas, who represents the 4th generation of the Gelas family at the helm. Today the production follows the techniques of distillation traditional to the region, but the marketing is modern and innovative. Philippe Gelas offers a wide range of styles of Bas Armagnac and imaginative presentations. Most importantly, the vague old designations such as Reserve and Hors d’Age have been replaced by precise statements of age such as 8 years, 18 years, and 25 years, complemented by an essential entry-level “Selection.”
Tariquet Bas Armagnac XO
5.0
2 ratings
0
Tariquet-Bas-Armagnac-XO
The youngest of the brandies in this typical Bas-Armagnac blend was aged in oak barrels, in our cellars, for at least 15 years. An intense bouquet, steeped with the aromas of freshly baked bread, toast and underlying candied fruit. Fresh, supple and well-rounded on the palate, revealing a subtle union of vanilla oak and fruit. Good length, with the aromas of dried fruit and toast on the finish.
Marquis de Caussade Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
Marquis-de-Caussade-Armagnac
Our splendid Fine Armagnac XO de Caussade is a perfect balance of floral and fruity notes, which are unique to its native Armagnac vintages. It has hints of violet, highly appreciated by connoisseurs and an undeniable subtlety. A distinct vanilla character enhances the pleasure of the liqueur, which reveals lightness, body and an admirable length on the palate.
Chateau Arton La Reserve Haut Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
Chateau-Arton-La-Reserve-Haut-Armagnac
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  • Tasting Notes:
    Berry, Caramel, Cherry, Chocolate, Dark Fruit, Dried Fruit, Fig, Fruity, Jammy, Oak, Vanilla
  • Food Pairing:
    N/A
  • ABV:
    45%
In 2017, Château Arton was awarded the highest honor in France – The Prix d’Excellence, by the French Ministry of Agriculture. Over 22,000 products were submitted – Arton having been selected as the best Brandy, not just Armagnac, in all of France. Chateau Arton La Réserve is composed of a blend of 4-11 year aged estate grown Haut Armagnacs - the rarest appelation - hand selected and blended by Patrick de Montal - whose family dates back 8 centuries in the region. Consistently, and highly awarded - this family owned, and estate grown Armagnac is a true representation of the authenticity of the category and immense character of the spirit. “Grown, not produced” and created by two icons in the world of Armagnac, Patrick de Montal and his wife Victoire de Montesquiou at their home near Lectoure, France. From vines they planted in the 1970's, pursuing a lifelong dream to one day own their own vineyards. No color. No flavor. No additives. No filtration.
Cerbois Armagnac Vsop Cs/6
5.0
1 ratings
0
Cerbois-Armagnac-Vsop-Cs/6
Fine violet and vanilla aromas with a touch of prune. Very harmonious and well-balanced on the palate.
Delord Bas Armagnac 1981
5.0
1 ratings
0
Delord-Bas-Armagnac-1981
Distilled in 1981 and bottled in 2011. Aged 30 years in oak barrels. Dark amber with hints of copper, delicate nose with aromas of sweet spices (cinnamon and ginger) and light tobacco. Fine tannins with flavors of butter and spices that linger, leaving on the palate the sensation of a beautiful brandy.
Esperance Armagnac 5 Year
5.0
1 ratings
0
Esperance-Armagnac-5-Year
Domaine D'Esperance, a formerly abandoned estate on a hillside in the Sables Fauves of Gascony, was purchased and renovated in 1990 by Jean-Louis and Claire de Montesquiou. The estate's fruit-forward armagnac is produced with Baco 22A and Folle Blanche grown in the sandy clay soil of Grand-Bas-Armagnac at the border of the Landes and the Gers at Mauvezin d'Armagnac. After the grapes undergo natural fermentation, the wine is distilled in a traditional Armagnac still and then matured in gascon oak barrels. Domaine D'Esperance 5 Year Old Bas Armagnac is a blend of three different vintages which have been matured in gascon oak casks for at least five years. An enticing nose of dried fruit, caramel, spicy vanilla and black peppercorn gives way to a lively, medium-bodied palate boasting flavors of toffee, espresso, almond, tobacco leaf and pine. Notes of raisin and spicy oak linger through the clean, assertive finish. Product of France Alcohol by Volume: 40%
Larressingle XO Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
Larressingle-XO-Armagnac
This complex, virile and long-lived Armagnac is elegant and refined on the palate, with a subtle, smoky bouquet hinting of prunes and hazelnuts and a smooth, lasting finish.
Dom D’esperance Bas Armagnac 5 Y
5.0
1 ratings
0
Dom-D’esperance-Bas-Armagnac-5-Y
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Dartigalongue Hors D’ Age
5.0
1 ratings
0
Dartigalongue-Hors-D’-Age
The Hors d’Age has been aged for a min. of 15 yrs. Flavors of baked apples, oak, toffee, vanilla and tobacco, with a long dry finish.
Baron Gaston Bas Armagnac 1955
5.0
1 ratings
0
Baron-Gaston-Bas-Armagnac-1955
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Chateau de Laubade Armagnac VSOP
5.0
1 ratings
0
Chateau-de-Laubade-Armagnac-VSOP
Laubade is renowned for producing the finest Armagnacs. Distilled from Baco, Colombard, Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche wines, the spirit is then aged at least five years in Gascony oak until bottling. This Armagnac exhibits lovely notes of walnut, spices, chocolate and dried plum.
Gelas Bas Armagnac 18 Year Folle Blanche
5.0
1 ratings
0
Gelas-Bas-Armagnac-18-Year-Folle-Blanche
Single varietal Bas-Armagnac Average Price $ 100 (USD)
Tariquet VSOP Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
Tariquet-VSOP-Armagnac
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LeMarque Armagnac VSOP
5.0
1 ratings
0
LeMarque-Armagnac-VSOP
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Esperance Armagnac Xo
5.0
1 ratings
0
Esperance-Armagnac-Xo
Domaine D'Esperance is run by the legendary de Montesquiou family. Their lineage dates back at least 900 years and they've inspired numerous people with their exploits, most famously documented by Alexandre Dumas in his book The Three Musketeers. The wines they produced in the Gascony region over the centuries were just as popular and after a 400yr hiatus they are back in business with some incredible Armagnacs. This XO is a blend of eau de vies that are all a minumum of 10 years old. They are aged first in new oak for a short period of time before being decanted into used barrels for the duration of the maturation process. The result yields a spirit rich in color with a deep copper tone. Enticing floral aromas of jasmine and rose hips transition beautifully into ripe fruit notes of bruised apples coated with cinnamon and dense orange blossom honey. On the palate, the mouth-coating texture really shows off the maturity of the XO and flavors of caramel, vanilla, nutmeg and other spices dominate. There is a really nice balance of delicacy and boldness achieved here. No artificial coloring or flavoring is ever added. This is amongst the first bottlings from this producer to make it stateside and we couldn't be more thrilled to offer them to the lucky few who will get them while they last.
Baron Gaston Bas Armagnac 1985
5.0
1 ratings
0
Baron-Gaston-Bas-Armagnac-1985
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Chateau Arton Fine Blanche Haut Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
Chateau-Arton-Fine-Blanche-Haut-Armagnac
The original Blanche Armagnac. In 1982, Patrick de Montal first opted to bottle the freshly distilled wine coming from the still - prior to being officially allowed to use the name Armagnac - and called it "Fine Blanche". Patrick then started working with the French government to expand the AOC, Blanche Armagnac being allowed on the label in 2005. This unaged spirit has become the darling of the craft cocktail bartender - a unique substitute for Vodka, Gin, Rum and other classic white spirits, but bringing the full character of the fresh wine. Distilled entirely from wines produced from their own vines, in the extremely small and rare sub-region of Haut Armagnac. A distinctive, unique and transformative ingredient, to be enjoyed chilled neat, with tonic, or in any number of creative cocktail application. Chateau Arton presents a line of entirely estate grown Armagnacs coming from the rare and distinctive Haut Appellation. “Grown, not produced” and created by two icons in the world of Armagnac, Patrick de Montal and his wife Victoire de Montesquiou at their home near Lectoure, France. From vines they planted in the 1970's, pursuing a lifelong dream to one day own their own vineyards. In 2017, Château Arton was awarded the highest honor in France – The Prix d’Excellence, by the French Ministry of Agriculture. Over 22,000 products were submitted – Arton having been selected as the best Brandy, not just Armagnac, in all of France.
De Montal VS Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
De-Montal-VS-Armagnac
The delicacy of the aromas of this young Armagnac is exceptional. Its deep yellow colour is characteristic of its young age and the strenght of its character.
Sempe Vieil 15 Year Armagnac
5.0
1 ratings
0
Sempe-Vieil-15-Year-Armagnac
Sempé 15 Year Old Armagnac is dark amber colored. It has gentle aromas of candied fruits and dried plums. In the mouth, it stretches from vanilla to subtle oak, developing notes of aged leather as it warms in the hand. There is a distinct taste of cocoa on its long finish. Armagnac is best served in a pear shaped glass with a round belly and tapered chimney or a champagne glass as opposed to a brandy snifter. Hold the glass at chest level and let the aroma waft up. Take a small sip to coat the mouth with its delicate flavors. As the glass and evening progress, your hand cupped on the glass will warm the Armagnac releasing new aromas and flavors.
Baron Lustrac XO Bas Armagnac 25 Year
5.0
1 ratings
0
Baron-Lustrac-XO-Bas-Armagnac-25-Year
The Sigognac vintages make up an exceptional collection of rare eaux-de-vie, fine in the mouth and intense in aromas. All bottles are prepared exclusively to order which allows for a vintage to carry on maturing until the last moment. The bottling date is indicated on the back of each bottle.
Cerbois Armagnac Rp/Xo
5.0
1 ratings
0
Cerbois-Armagnac-Rp/Xo
Armagnac is made from grapes Cerbois grown in the vineyards of Armagnac, in The Most Regarded highly terroir at Maignan-Eauze, in the heart of Armagnac. The terroir, famous for Producing The Most exotic and prestigious Armagnacs Consists of the famous “tawny sands” – an iron-rich sandy soil of an ocher color. Bas Armagnac-have a particularly fine and round bouquet with distinctive purple and plum aromas, Acquiring year Unrivalled richness of flavor with age.