Dartigalongue "Grand Eau-de-Vie d"Armagnac" Bas-Armagnac (750ml)

SKU #1353047 97 points Vinous

 One of the benchmark blends in Armagnac, Dartigalongue Grande Eau-de-Vie is aged a minimum of 25 years. Complex, swirling aromas of winter spices, pine forest, fruit pastry, and leather. Subtle at first on the palate, maple and apricot, but then introduces black notes of pepper, and rancio on the midpalate and finally an extraordinary finish full of licorice and tobacco. Bas-Armagnac, 40% abv. (JW)  (7/2018)

K&L Notes

This exceptional Armagnac is the result of decades of work in the cellars at Dartigalongue. This single barrel of Armagnac is a mingling of eau-de-vie with a minimum of 25 years, but includes eau-de-vie decades older. As liquid is drawn from the barrel, old stocks are added to replenish the blend. The mini-solera results in one of the most complex and delicious old Armagnacs on the shelf. Dollar for dollar one of the best drinking experiences in the store bar none.

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Varietal:

Armagnac

Country:

France

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Alcohol Content (%): 40