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Francis Darroze has perfected the art of brandy selection and this stunning example top notch. Known for dealing directly with small artisan producers and bottling their very best stocks, Domaine de Gaube has been producing for a very long time and the 1971 captures the true nature of Bas Armagnac. A perfect gift for a 40th birthday or any lover of exceptional brandy. A fabulous price for an Armagnac of this age and quality.
Price: $325.00

Encantada having been pushing the envelope for years, but this is a whole new level. This is a blend of 25 year old cask strength armagnacs aged for at least 25 years finished in ex-bourbon american oak casks. This is prohibited under the Armagnac appelation, so the product must be sold as brandy, but that does not prevent it from being one of the most interesting offerings from the region in the shop. The exact blend of vintage Armagnacs are as followes: Belair 1989, Del Cassou 1985, Lasalle 1992, Del Cassou 1993, Del Cassou 1994. This was then matured ...
Price: $149.99

Mr. Cazenave has become one of the most renowned producers of Armagnac on the market today. His beautiful estate in the rolling hills outside of Mauléon d'Armagnac is planted with old-vine Folle Blanche in "sable fauve" and sandy clay soils. Not a native of Gascogne, he managed a large medical laboratory in Nice and began farming in Armagnac after serving in Algeria. An honorary Gascognian, he made a commitment to producing the finest Armagnac in the early 1990s and spared no expense to create the finest eau-de-vie possible. Here are the results of that ...
Price: $109.99


Domaine de Millet sits just outside of Eauze in the heart of the Gers. Originally a poly-culture estate, they now reserve the majority of arable land for vines, over 80 hectars, which they've devoted to wine making. Many may be familiar with their lovely refreshing Cote de Gascogne. A small portion of the estate is planted to Baco and this is a blend of that non-vinious varietal and the classic Ugni Blanc. Aged for two years in traditional "pièces armagnacaises," large locally made oak barrels, the vibrant and refreshing style is not without some oak cha...
Price: $34.99

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