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Natural cork stopper
Brandy (eaux-de-vie, cognac & armagnac), Armagnac
This vintage Bas Armagnac is 'early landed', meaning it has been matured in casks stored in damp West of England cellars.
Brandy is distilled from fermented fruit (not grain). The name brandy comes from northern Europe, where ‘brand’ means to burn, and is a reference to
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Armagnac is a fine brandy from South West France. It is distinguished from Cognac by its use of single continuous distillation rather than double batch
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This XO Armagnac from the House of Marnier Lapostolle is distilled using traditional methods in a continuous still and aged for at least 10 years in French oak casks.
Baron de Sigognac XO Platinum is blended by the Guasch family using armamgacs which have aged for at least six years in their cellars.
Released in August 2015, as the name suggest, Blanche au Citron is a white armagnac with citrus flavouring. Blanche au Citron is made with unaged ugni blanc armagnac from the...
Single distilled from grapes grown in Armagnac’s Bas region. Aged 18 to 22 years.
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