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70cl / 48.2%
A 1967 vintage Armagnac selected by negociants Francis Darroze, but produced at Domaine de Busquet. Armagnac at this age (40 years plus) is fantastically complex and rich. This is an example of 100% Baco grape Armagnac.
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£170.00
(£141.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 44%
A 1969 vintage Armagnac from Baco grapes grown at Domaine de Pounon and bottled by negociants Francis Darroze after forty years of maturation. Darroze have been selecting high quality casks to bottle since 1974 and are well respected in their field.
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£172.00
(£143.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 40%
Francis Darroze are negociants who have been selecting the best Armagnacs since 1974. This 1969 vintage from Domaine de Pounon was bottled at an impressive 43 years of age in 2012.
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£175.00
(£145.83 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)
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 / 43%
A 1963 vintage Armagnac produced at Chateau de Gaube and released by negociants and bottlers Francis Darroze after fifty years. This is made using 100% Baco grapes and has notes of vanilla and mint.
£226.00
(£188.33 ex. VAT)
70cl / 44%
A bottle of 1962 vintage Armagnac from grapes grown at Chateau de Gaube. The estate comprises 6.5 hectares and grows entirely Baco grapes. This was bottled by négociants Francis Darroze in 2013 after 51 years.
£230.00
(£191.67 ex. VAT)
70cl / 43.1%
A 1964 vintage Armagnac selected by the father and son team of Francis and Marc Darroze, and hailing from Chateau de Gaube in Landes.
£233.00
(£194.17 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 / 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.
£252.00
(£210.00 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 / 47%
A cask strength 1972 vintage armagnac from traditional producer Domaine Boingneres, who use a high proportion of the seldom-seen Folle Blanche grape in their assemblage.
£305.00
(£254.17 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)
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)
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