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Armagnac, Hors d'Age Armagnacs
Single distilled from grapes grown in Armagnac’s Bas region. Aged 18 to 22 years. Leia mais
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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Founded in 1702, Pierre Ferrand is the 6th largest producer in the Cognac region (also makes Landy Cognac). Pierre Ferrand is unusual amongst Cognac houses controls the entire...
Single distilled from 80% Ugni-Blanc & 20% Baco Bas-Armagnac grapes and aged for an average of around ten years.
Chateau de Laubade boast vintages and aging stocks dating back to 1855. This vintage Armagnac was distilled from 50% Bacco and 50% Ugni Blanc wine made only with estate-grown...
Single de Samalens is made from the juice of a single variety of grape: Ugni Blanc but considering the name, confusingly is double distilled. The grapes used by Maison Samalens...
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.
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