1946 Darroze Bas Armagnac Domaine de Lasserade (750ml)

SKU #1019002

Nice brilliant golden color. The nose is pungent showing macerated fruits. On the palate, the tannins are silky and soft. The flavors linger a long time in the mouth. The Chateau de Lasserade property rests on the boundary of Haut Armagnac, Bas Armagnac and Tenareze. The soil is sand and clay; the grape, Bacco, and the Armagnac - incredible! Bottled in 1995. 42.3% ABV

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Price: $559.99
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Alcohol Content (%): 42.3