Another vintage armagnac of superb quality and exceptionally presented in the traditional dark, green basquaise bottle.
|Aroma||A leafy and fresh, almost ozone aroma such as one might find in the early morning woods combined with the aroma of medlars and bread|
|Ageing||Aged in damp cellars in 350 litre casks for 43 years. The cellars are extensive and the firm has much experience in developing these fine cognacs|
|Distillation||Distilled in traditional Gascogne continuous stills where the spirit passes over plates|
|Flavour||There is a distinctive ripe medlar flavour combined with that of a bready yeast. It is surprisingly rich for its youthful age|
|Grape Variety||Several grape varieties are used including the folle blanch, ugni blanc and baco|
|Reduction and Strength||Only very small levels of reduction are necessary for this armagnac|