Francis Darroze Chateau de Gaube 1971 Grand Bas Armagnac

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  • alc./vol:
    42.7%

    Proof:
    85.4°

    Vintage:
    1971

    Aged:
    No age statement

    Categories: Vintage Armagnacs

    Product of: Product of France France


    Single distilled in 1971 from 100% Baco 22A at Chateau de Gaube in Perquie, Landes. Aged 41 years, finished and bottled in 2012 by Francis Darroze. Bottled without chill-filtration or additives such as boise and sugar.

    Review and Tasting

    Sampled on 23/03/2013

    Appearance

    Clear, golden amber.

    Aroma

    Soft leather, marmalade boiling in the saucepan and light clove with acacia honey, rolling tobacco and delicate orange blossom.

    Taste

    Crème brûlée, leathery earthy tobacco, dates, fudge and orange. Wonderfully complex.

    Aftertaste

    Fudge notes linger with orange zest, mandarin fruit and figgy Christmas pudding fruit.

    Further product information

    Closure: Natural cork stopper

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