The oldest French brandy.
The Gascon region, under the benevolent eye of d’Artagnan, King Louis XIII’s famous musketeer, offers the hills of the Hauts de Montrouge a sandy soil ideal for vineyards. This inimitable terroir gives the Côtes de Gascogne grapes a strong personality that is instantly recognizable to wine and spirits lovers in the South West.
Mahogany brown in colour, this Armagnac Hors d’Age is an exceptional product thanks to its long years of maturation: between 15 and 20 years in oak barrels. On the palate, this Armagnac is round, powerful and well-structured, with well-melted tannins, notes of vanilla and good length.
Although Armagnac can be drunk as an aperitif, it is best enjoyed at the end of a meal, to prolong the pleasure of a convivial moment. Armagnac should be served without ice, at room temperature, in a balloon or tulip-shaped glass. We recommend opening the bottle 20 minutes before serving to give the aromas time to develop.
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