This estate is a typical example of what an armagnac producer has to be. There were only three distillations, in 1973, 1974 et 1976. This estate was located in Lagrange (40) and the grape variety was Baco; vines were grubbed-up. The harvests were distilled on the domain and aged for 40 years in the estate cellar.
This Armagnac is fresh and lightly ionized. It is typical of a great bas-Armagnac, with honey, old plum and quince notes…
Discover in exclusivity these wonderful pieces. These Armagnacs didn’t age anymore but you have the privilege to taste them. A must on all grand tables or served for aperitif time, dry and without ice cubes of course!
An Armagnac as an aperitif! Why not? It should be wonderful with matured cheese like Langres or Epoisse or sitting close to the fireplace with your favorite book!