1976 Darroze Domaine de Jaulin Bas-Armagnac (750ml)

SKU #1264558

Made from 100% Baco this is a soft, smooth, supple vintage Armagnac that starts clean and finishes cleanly. Seamless and effortless in its complexity. According to Robert Parker, Darroze is "considered the Pope of Armagnacs."

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By: David Othenin-Girard | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 4/11/2017 | Send Email
Darroze is an expert at selecting the best armagnacs. But that's not all he does. Darroze is also one of the most meticulous about elevage and management in the chais and the result are some of the finest brandies being sold anywhere in the world. This single vintage Domaine de Jaulin is no exception. The domain is in Bretagne d'Armagnac on the boarder of Bas & Tenareze. The soils are sand and clay mix which makes for a hearty deep spirit when Baco is planted. The vines average 40 years old and cover about 3 hectors. The property is owned by the Castay family. The resulting brandy after 40 years in oak is a wild fix of deep figgy fruit and earth incense. A gem by any standard.

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Armagnac

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France

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