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Armagnac
Armagnac, as some locals will describe it to visitors is the oldest and the youngest spirit in France. Oldest because it was first distilled in the middle of the 15th century and youngest because the Armagnacaise are still arguing over how to distil it. Armagnac comes as a welcome contrast to the relative stagnation in Cognac. Read More »
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70cl / 40%
A 1966 vintage from Baron de Sigognac, the long running label of the Guasch family. Fruity and packed with complexity.
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£176.00
(£146.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A very interesting release from William Grant & Sons. Auld Alliance has been produced to commemorate the many years of exchange between Scotland and France (commonly known as the Auld Alliance).
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£199.00
(£165.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 45.1%
Chateau de Gaube is located in the Perquie area of Landes in Bas-Armagnac. The Baco grape is dominant in this estate, giving complexity, stability and flavour to all their Armagnacs. This was distilled in 1996 and bottled in 2013 at 47 years of age.
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£199.00
(£165.83 ex. VAT)
150cl / 48%
A 1.5 litree magnum bottle of 1979 vintage armagnac from the Domaine de Lamarquette, bottled by legendary Armagnac negociants Francis Darroze.
£220.00
(£183.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 47.5%
A lovely old bottle of 1966 vintage Armagnac, bottled in 1985. J de. Malliac is from a single grape variety, the little-seen Folle Blanche.
£225.00
(£187.50 ex. VAT)
250cl / 48%
A large 2.5 litre bottle of Armagnac from Domaine Boingneres. A non vintage expression from the Bas Armagnac region, this will create a talking point at any party.
£235.00
(£195.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 48%
A higher-than-normal strength Bas Armagnac from the 1981 vintage, remarkable also for being produced solely from the once-ubiquitous, now all-but-forgotten Folle Blanche grape.
£240.00
(£200.00 ex. VAT)
70cl / 42%
The 50 year old entry in Darroze's range of blended armagnacs, assembled from their deep and varied cellars of single estate eau-de-vie from across the region.
£242.00
(£201.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 47.5%
A lovely old bottle of 1966 vintage armagnac, bottled in 1985. J de. Malliac is from a single grape variety, the little-seen Folle Blanche.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 47.5%
A lovely old bottle of 1966 vintage Armagnac, bottled in 1985. J de. Malliac is from a single grape variety, the little-seen Folle Blanche.
£250.00
(£208.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A well aged armagnac from Clos Martin, produced in the heart of Bas Armagnac and matured for 50 years before bottling as their Vieille Reserve.
£255.00
(£212.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 49%
A superb high strength 1979 vintage armagnac from the Lafitte family property at Domaine Boingneres, who use a high proportion of the seldom-seen Folle Blanche grape in their assemblage.
£275.00
(£229.17 ex. VAT)
70cl / 48%
An excellent Bas Armagnac from Domaine Boingneres, owned by the Lafitte family. This is from 1973 and is bottled at 48%
£285.00
(£237.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 50 year old Armagnac from our friends at Baron de Sigognac. This is presented in a beautiful decanter and accompanying wooden box. Creamy and rich with notes of fruitcake, cedar and spice, this is a delightful Armagnac.
£288.00
(£240.00 ex. VAT)
69cl / 42%
A rare bottle of the Janneau company's remarkable 50 year-old Armagnac.
£450.00
(£375.00 ex. VAT)
75cl / 42%
A bottle of 1950 vintage Armagnac. Distilled from grapes grown in the Bas Armagnac region, this was produced by Armagnac Dumoureau and bottled for Ets Alexander of Saint-Louis-de-Montferrand in Bordeaux.
£450.00
(£375.00 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1932 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name in January 1993.
£490.00
(£408.33 ex. VAT)
69cl / 42%
From the biggest producer in the armagnac region comes this exceptionally rare 1960s bottle distilled in 1939. Very unusual to see a war vintage armagnac - this is a real rarity and the quality should be outstanding too.
£499.00
(£415.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1931 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name.
£499.00
(£415.83 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1945 vintage Baron de Lustrac Armagnac. Distilled just a few months after the end of the Second World War, the distillery grows both Baco and the lesser used Folle Blanche grapes.
£532.00
(£443.33 ex. VAT)
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