1967 Darroze Domaine Bellair 50 Year Old Vintage Cask Strength Armagnac (750ml)

SKU #1314321

What Marc Darroze's family has created is a negotiant Armagnac house with a number of these small producers where, in exchange for a large percentage of the distillate, they come and do the actual distillation at each farm. The result is vast library of casks and vintages from which they can blend or bottle single vintage, single estate expressions as needed. Needless to say, no one in the world has an inventory of Armagnac as deep or as eclectic as Darroze. This new set of vintage brandies is all the evidence you need. This 50 year old is a brandy through and through, but with the complexities of new oak one typically finds in a Bourbon. It's a heavy spirit oozing with fudge, cocoa, dark chocolate, and all those desserty things, but never sweet. This is one of the better old Armagnacs I've tasted in that it offers the decadence without ever tasting tired or over the hill. A true winner.

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Price: $299.99

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Armagnac

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France

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