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Clos Martin XO offers rich notes of dried plums, light toffee and vanilla on the nose. An initial burst of dry oaky tannins followed by a little spice, with a dry spirit finish.
For an Extra Old Armagnac (XO), the law requires a minimum ageing of 6 ...
Colour: Deep mahogany.
Nose: Nuts, raisins, figs and a hint of rose.
Palate: Full bodied with a spicy finish. A second visit reveals Chinese corriander.
This offering from Baron Gaston Legrand was made from a blend of Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, and Baco Blanc grapes that were distilled in 1975, before being matured in French oak barrels and bottled at
1966 vintage Amragnac from Delord's extensive library of expressions. Perfect for that Armagnac enthusiast you know that was born in 1966. We all know someone like that, right?
A very old vintage Armagnac from Delord produced from the grape harvest back in 1955! It was bottled almost six decades later in 2014.
Bas-Armagnac from the year 1984, produced by the House of Delord. Founded in 1893, they've got a long history with top quality Armagnac, and the 1984 vintage is no different.
This 1984 Bas Armagnac from highly regarded Casterède is a blend of 50% Ugni Blanc, 30% Colombard and 20% Folle Blanche. This combines notes of fruity peach and prune with pepper, vanilla, and a hint of nuttiness.
The 1979 entry is Casterède's series of vintage Armagnac. This 35-year-old brandy from Gascony is rich and full bodied with notes of violets and stone fruits.
Aged for over five years in the capital of Bas-Armagnac, Maignan sur Eauze, this VSOP was produced by the Guasch family utilising the textbook sandy terroir.
This is a 1970 vintage Bas-Armagnac from prolific producers Delord. Sure to appeal to the well-matured Armagnac aficionado in your life, especially if they were born in 1970s.
From Delord's extensive range of single-vintage Armagnac releases comes a 1975 expression - a perfect gift for any Armagnac aficionado, though perhaps a significant one for those born in 1975.
Bas-Armagnac from Delord, distilled decades ago! This is a 1955 vintage, which was (eventually) bottled in 2005. Sure to pique the interest of many Armagnac connoisseurs.
A 1982 vintage Bas-Armagnac from Baron de Lustrac. Opens with vibrant floral and fruit touch, before diving into an exciting pool of spicy notes.
An XO Armagnac from Chateau de Laubade in the Bas region. The Chateau was built in the region in 1870 and has been run by the Lesgourgues family since 1974.