Armagnac

Armagnac
Armagnac is a grape brandy produced primarily from four grape varieties (Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Baco 22A and Colombard), although 10 are permitted. Made in the Gascony region of France to the south of Bordeaux (split into three areas: Bas Armagnac, Tenareze and Haut Armagnac), it is distilled only once and often aged for many decades. Unlike their stately rivals from the demarcated Cognac district in the Charentes, Armagnacs are not brandies that enter a room quietly, politely. These are bawdy, door-busting brandies that snatch you by the lapels and keep your attention for extended periods by the force of their personalities. Armagnac is the Moll Flanders of the brandy realm.

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Armagnac Joy, Collection Paco Rabanne 1956

0600118 |  750ml |  44.7°

Domaine de Joy

France

TASTING NOTES: powerful, with an oily texture, bright shades of wood, soft tannins and a long finish..

VSOP 70Cl Larressingle

0600081 |  700ml |  40°

Chateau de Larressingle

France

TASTING NOTES: Light caramel. Apple juice, passito wine, stollen, old oak. Light bodied and light in..

XO Larressingle Carafe 70Cl

0600085 |  700ml |  43°

Chateau de Larressingle

France

TASTING NOTES: This complex, virile and long-lived Armagnac is elegant and refined on the palate, wi..

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