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Vintage Armagnac
 
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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)
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 / 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 / 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)
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)
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)
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