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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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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)
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)
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.

Please note this bottle has a low fill level as shown in the photograph.
£499.00
(£415.83 ex. VAT)
150cl / 40%
A very handsome wax-sealed 1.5 litre magnum of 1948 vintage Marquis de Montdidier, Chateau de Cahuzac armagnac.
£550.00
(£458.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1930 vintage Armagnac from Croix de Salles, a house founded by Pascal Dartigalongue and still owned by the family as of 2013. They are based in a vineyard named "Lacroutz" in the town of Salles d'Armagnac in the heart of the region. This is an excellent example of old Bas-Armagnac.
£550.00
(£458.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1929 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name in March 1988.
£575.00
(£479.17 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1928 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name in January 1993.
£599.00
(£499.17 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1926 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name in January 1993.
£620.00
(£516.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A very rare bottle of 1925 vintage armagnac probably bottled in the mid to late 1990s, this is part of a series of vintage bottlings released for collectors by the Dupeyron house which was founded in 1905.
£650.00
(£541.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1925 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name in March 1998.
£650.00
(£541.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 43%
Laberdolive
An ancient Domaine d'Escoubes Bas-Armagnac from the 1935 vintage, bottled (we're guessing) in the 1980s by French bottler Laberdolive.
£675.00
(£562.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 43%
Laberdolive
An ancient Domaine d'Escoubes Bas-Armagnac from the 1935 vintage, bottled (we're guessing) in the 1980s by French bottler Laberdolive.
£675.00
(£562.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 43%
Laberdolive
An ancient Domaine d'Escoubes Bas-Armagnac from the 1935 vintage, bottled (we're guessing) in the 1980s by French bottler Laberdolive.
£675.00
(£562.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 43%
An ancient 1935 vintage Domaine d'Escoubes Bas-Armagnac, bottled (we're guessing) in the 1980s by French bottler Laberdolive for the Italian market.
£675.00
(£562.50 ex. VAT)
50cl / 40%
A very rare 1900 vintage Armagnac from Baron D'Artigues, the oldest producer in the region, run by the Dartigalongue family in Nogaro.
£699.00
(£582.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
An old and rare bottling of Grand Bas Armagnac produced in the Domain de Jouanda from the 1934 vintage.
£699.00
(£582.50 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
A 1924 vintage Armagnac from Nogaro-based family owned producer Dartigalongue & Fils, bottled under their Croix de Salles name in February 1993.
£710.00
(£591.67 ex. VAT)
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