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This small Armagnac house has one of the largest stocks of mature Armagnac, going back to the last century.
This Bas Armagnac is from Baron de Sigognac is made in the company’s only still, a short column still which is almost a century old.
Aged for a minimum of two years, this Bas Armagnac is from from the vineyards of the Château de Bordeneuve is made in the company’s only still, a short column still which is...
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