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Estate with only 2 hectares of vines.
Alcohol : 48,9%
Year : 1972
Color : Mahogany
Grape varieties : Baco
Volume : 50 cL, 150 cl, 250 cl
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Baco grape variety. Beautiful sandy terroir. This estate is unique in that its Armagnacs are aged in barrels made from the estate’s own oak trees. This used to be a common practice, with growers exchanging a tree for a few barrels at the cooper’s, and the cooper collecting the rest of the tree. It’s a way to get everyone working, without spending a single penny.
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Acid gummy colas, freeze-dried pineapple rings, black licorice, hazelnut butter, Chinese 5-spice, cumin, cooked pears with cloves, caramelized brown onions, topped with Gruyère shavings.
A bright, warm explosion of panela (a blend of black sugar and molasses), hazelnut and marzipan. Then, on tiptoe, a fruity flavor… prune juice, and a hint of acidity reminiscent of a good-level tonic. Tart but not too bitter, the result is very pleasant. Then come the raw almonds. The alcohol on the palate isn’t overpowering, but leaves plenty of room for a rainbow of flavors.
Lovely length on the palate. Woody notes, pepper, tobacco, cinnamon, caramel and citrus. An armagnac for those who like their spirits a little stronger, like Rhums Caroni or Rhum Demerara.