These eaux-de-vie are naturally fruity thanks to the use of red oak barrels in the maturation phase of the Armagnacs.
Alcohol : 47,8%
Year : 1987
Color : Orange copper with an old gold sheen.
Grape varieties : Baco
Volume : 50 cl
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In the commune of Arthez-d’Armagnac in Bas-Armagnac, Domaine Del Cassou produces brandies exclusively from the Baco grape variety, some of whose vineyards are over a century old.
Fine, racy. The first nose is marked by notes of orange peel, mandarin and fresh tobacco. Very open, it becomes gradually floral (lime) and vegetal (lichen, mushrooms). Then keeping its same dark light tones, it continues on green licorice, milk chocolate and candied fruits. Black and exotic fruits punctuate the aromatic palette.
Lively, determined. With a charcoal line, she takes us to survey the rows of vines at the time of flowering. The entire palette of flavors breathes bouquets of white flowers before the mid-palate returns to fruity terrain (apple, crisp white grape). Refreshing, the finish is marked by notes of vanilla, coconut milk and exotic fruits (banana, guava).
Fluffy, serene. Very fine woody notes (oak) set the tempo for a warm finish that explores glazed (beeswax, wood pulp) and spicy (star anise, clove) lands. The retro olfaction is finely roasted (coffee, tobacco) and liquorice (zan with violet). The empty glass is marked by dried fruits (figs, nuts), marshmallow and pink berries.