Baron de Lustrac work with several producers of Armagnac is the Bas-Armagnac region to source their famous vintage dated bottlings. This rare edition is made using eau-de-vie entirely from the 1936 vintage.
Baron de Lustrac work with several producers of Armagnac is the Bas-Armagnac region to source their famous vintage dated bottlings. This rare edition is made using eau-de-vie entirely from the 1941 vintage.
Heir of many centuries of savoir-faire and tradition: the Sigognac house is one of the oldest one of Armagnac. Baron de Sigognac who had thoroughly separated each harvest in different casks took first the idea of selling his brandies... Read More
A wonderfully rich Armagnac from the Bas Armagnac region. Distilled over 80 years ago, it is a reddish-brown colour with shades of copper. On the nose, notes of wood, raisins and vanilla. Flavours of rancio and light notes of... Read More
Complex notes of gingerbread, overripe fruits, vanilla, apple crumble,and patisseries. Powerful, peaty attack: juicy, fruity, and not at all bitter. Heavenly, persistent finish of peat, gingerbread, and fruit compote.
This single-varietal Armagnac was distilled in 2000 exclusively from Folle Blanche grapes and bottled in 2022 at cask strength. It is warming and complex with dried fruit on the nose and notes of cacao, maple syrup, and vanilla.... Read More
(Barrel Tested 90-95 Points) The opening aroma has potent notes of vanilla extract, figs, and resin; aeration stimulates lighter scents of marzipan, caramel corn and Danish pastry. The palate entry offers rich, near-smoky flavors... Read More
Wine Enthusiast 96 Points The perfumy aroma balances fruity and floral essences. The silky palate opens with a distinct violet note, winding into a caramel-tinged midpalate and a juicy, mouthwatering exit that hints at Meyer lemon... Read More
(Barrel Testing 90-95 Points) The opening nosings find smells of roasted chestnut and baked pear; later sniffings pick up succulent notes of pineapple, caramel, black raisins, prunes and old oak. The palate entry is creamy textured... Read More