Comte de Lauvia 1987

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  • alc./vol:
    41.4%

    Proof:
    82.8°

    Vintage:
    1987

    Aged:
    No age statement

    Closure: Natural cork stopper


    Comte de Lauvia is the second marque of Marquis de Montesquiou and this Bas Armagnac is distilled from fermented ugni blanc and folle blanche grapes before aging in black oak casks from the local forests for at least five years.

    Review and Tasting

    Sampled on 29/05/2012

    Appearance

    Clear, dark coppery amber with burnished bronze highlights.

    Aroma

    Dry fruit with smoky bacon fat, almond, vanilla, old leather and old oak wardrobe.

    Taste

    Orange zest, vanilla and cinnamon spiced oak with stewed plums and maple syrup.

    Aftertaste

    Cinnamon spiced varnished oak (in a beguiling way).

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