1993 L'Encantada 24 Year Old "Lous Pibous #13" Bas-Armagnac (750ml) (Pre-Arrival)

SKU #1330150

Independent bottler L'Encantada understands what Armagnac lovers want because that's exactly what they are. This group of Armagnac loving friends realized that some of the regions small estates were throwing away legendary eau-de-vie to blends made by the big negociants. They offered those estates a premium to retain the stocks for bottling as single casks at full strength. Many of these estates had never bottled Armagnac nor had any interested in marketing their precious eau-de-vie. But, our friends at Encantada realized that the soul of Armagnac exists in its terroir, history and culture. By blending these exceptional brandies into large blends you strip them of the very soul that makes this drink so special. They've committed to supporting small estates producing traditional Armagnac and bottling single casks at full strength. The results are some of the most special spirits we've ever come across. Their most prized estate is likely the gorgeous estate in Mauléon, "Lous Pibous." The estate is planted exclusively to the special Folle Blanche grape, renowned for its great depth and openness, but very rare due to its susceptibility to disease. Lous Pibous fills exclusively new oak barrels resulting in one of the most opulent and generous styles of Armagnac. Lovers of great whiskey and full throttle flavors will certainly appreciate the incredible complexity. We're extremely lucky to import the excellent brandy bottled by Encantada directly from the source exclusively for K&L.

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Armagnac

Country:

France

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