1986 Dartigalongue 30 Year Old "Celebration Collection" Barrel Strength Bas-Armagnac (750ml)

SKU #1348314

The oldest house in Armagnac, the Dartigalongue family began to distill in 1813 - they do not currently own vineyards, and work in partnership with the coop to get grapes of great quality. They take pride in maintaining the family traditions of service and quality and living up to the family motto of "My Armagnac, my strength". It was in 1838 during the reign of Louis Phillipe that Pascal Dartigalongue (originally from Saint Lannes near Madiran) moved to Nogaro in the Gers and founded his Maison d’Armagnac. He very quickly realized that armagnac could be a successful export product. Despite many difficulties he managed to send oak casks of armagnac to Bayonne where they would be shipped to Holland and England. Today Dartig is one of Gascognes highest quality blendeds and bottlers of Armagnac. This Cask Strength offering was bottled in 2016 without dilution.

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Alcohol Content (%): 43