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Daniel Bouju Tres Vieux "Brut de Fut" Premier Cru de Cognac Grand Champagne Cognac 700ml
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The unprecedented Tres Vieux Brut de Fut is one of the most memorable and unique offerings from any producer in Cognac. Bouju is well known for speaking out in the region against the use of additives and has carved out a niche as one of the few Grand Champagne producers willing to offer unfiltered, uncut, full-strength Cognac. This brandy is the house's top offering and represents some of the oldest stocks with a minimum age of 40 years. The color is dark like coffee and when we inquired about that insanely dark color, Bouju explained that long term agin...
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1983 Domaine de Jouanda - Cask #177 "K&L Exclusive" Bas-Armagnac (700ml)
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The incredible Domaine de Jouanda is one of the best estates that has remained essentially unknown in the United States despite an explosion in interest in the Armagnac category. The family Poyferre has found success in France in top restuarants and bottle shops, but is not widely distributed stateside and remains a hidden gem here. This family, the same that once owned the excellent Chateau Leoville-Poyferre, commercialize their Armagnacs more as family tradition than a profit-making endeavor. In fact, 100% of the profits from selling Armagnac are retur...
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Another in precedent value from the exceptional producer in Mantilly, this time aged over thirty years in ancient casks before being bottled exclusively for K&L. The barrel in question was distilled from 70% pears and 30% apple in 1984 and rested in the gorgeous farmhouse cellars at the Pacory's small estate in the Domfrontais. This region is renowned for it's old pear trees, but the far-flung area is also famous for being one of the last areas to accept AOC control over their spirits. The local reputation for illicit distillation and tax-avoidance, is m...
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1985 Domaine de Baraillon 38 Year Old K&L Exclusive Single Barrel Cask Strength Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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If there were ever a romantic ideal for French countryside distillation, the Baraillons are it. Out in the middle of nowhere, there's nothing glossed over or touristic about their operation - they are farmers, pure and simple. David and I absolutely fell in love with this father/daughter team even though they hardly said a word to us the entire time we tasted (they let their booze speak for itself). This single barrel 1985 brandy is one of the finest spirits we tasted on the entire trip. A mix of Ugni Blanc and Baco, the nose is absolutely hypnotizing - ...
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This historic property has been producing Armagnac for hundreds of years. The 1998 vintage is a blend of Ugni Blanc, Colombard, and Folle Blanche. The current bottling is a very approachable 42.5% ABV.
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With buildings dating back to the 17th century, Château de Merval is located in Brémontier-Merval in the Pays de Bray. Cider production on the farm was relaunched in 1988 on 120 hectares of organic orchards grazed by a small herd of Normandy dairy cows for the production of the farm's Neufchâtel. Château de Merval is included on the esteemed list of Cuvées Prestiges-Cidres des Pays de Haute-Normandie. Don't miss a wonderful opportunity to get a sense of this idyllic place with this 18 Year Old Single Barrel, a fine and subtle expression of artisanal Calv...
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We've discovered a tiny remaining allotment of rare, single-cask Borderies Cognacs. Barrels #22 and #151 present a particularly interesting comparison. Both were distilled in 1992 and separated at birth. Barrel #22 found its way into a very humid cellar, while barrel #151 was aged in a dry cellar. They were bottled 22 years later at cask strength and without chill filtration or coloring/sugar. The result is an incredible study in how Cognac ages and the effects of the aging environment. Barrel #151, aged in a dry environment, shows much more sweet wood i...
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99 points Vinous: "One of the prized expressions in Grande Champagne — indeed, in all of Cognac. Aged 35 to 50 years, yet light amber in color. The incredibly complex nose is at first warm and affable, presenting pretty dried flowers, rose petals and roasted walnuts, but as you return to the glass, the aromas open up with a tropical explosion of pineapple, mango and guava. Wows the palate with so much going on at once, both profound and hedonistic. Lots of fiery spice and pepper at first, which is then balanced and rounded out by more opulent tropical fr...
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96 points Vinous: "Delamain’s youngest offering, at 20 to 25 years old, is also one of the standard-bearers of Grande Champagne (the blend was created in the 1920s and hasn’t changed). Light amber, with a delightful nose full of pear, marmalade, quince and orange blossom. The pear and quince carry onto the palate, where a distinctive membrillo-like flavor emerges — a unique note I find in a number of Delamain expressions. There’s gentle spice and warm citrus on the palate, gliding to a long, delicate finish. The definition of elegance. (JW)" (09/2019) ...
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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 region's small estates were throwing away legendary eau-de-vie to blends made by the big négociants. 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. Our friends at L'Encantada realized that the soul of Armagnac exists i...
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With buildings dating back to the 17th century, Château de Merval is located in Brémontier-Merval in the Pays de Bray. Cider production on the farm was relaunched in 1988 on 120 hectares of organic orchards grazed by a small herd of Normandy dairy cows for the production of the farm's Neufchâtel. Château de Merval is included on the esteemed list of Cuvées Prestiges-Cidres des Pays de Haute-Normandie.
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Martingale Cognac comes to us from the Thomas family. A family that has been growing grapes and distilling Cognac in anonymity for over a century. Like most producers in the region - they have historically sold their production to the big brands. Now, they take their considerable estate holdings and generations of experience to challenge the status quo of Cognac and create a new product for a new era of drinker. Developed by a visionary young Master Blender, Martingale is distinguished by its dramatic departure from traditional methods; void of lees in d...
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Courvoisier XO (750ml)
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95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Showing bright topaz in the glass, this Cognac entices with rich, concentrated caramel and toffee aromas. Fleetingly sweet on the palate, vanilla, mocha and hazelnut lead into a rounded brown-sugar finish punctuated by clove and orange peel. This easy sipper would be welcome at any dessert table. Made with a blend of Cognacs aged 11–25 years. *Top 100 Spirits of 2017* (KN)" (12/2017)
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94 points Vinous: "A blend of brandies aged five to ten years, Domaine Boingnères Reserve Speciale is made from Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc, and Colombard, and bottled at cask strength. A great example of how Armagnac doesn’t always mean dried fruit and sweet oak. Pure minerality and racy acidity take the lead here, with fresh fruit on the wonderfully long finish. (JW)" (07/2018) K&L Notes: When discussing the components of a great brandy, the soil is just as important an indicator of quality as it is to a great wine. Boingnères grows all their fruit in...
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Francois Voyer is renowned for producing high quality, ultra aged cognac from the most prestigeous vineyards in Grand Champagne. The Chaquet-Voyer family first started growing vines in this special place since the French revolution. Five generations later, they're still committed to producing the highest quality eau-de-vie possible. Their Cognac spends more time in new oak than most, a minimum of three years, before being transferred into old cognac or hogsheads. All of the barrels come from the Limousin forest and are medium toast. The large cellars at ...
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The item above is not in stock and must be special ordered from the distributor. Due to the high cost of the bottle, delivery can take a bit longer than usual as all bottles must be picked up from storage and hand-delivered by the distributor. We cannot guarantee availability. All special orders are final and non-refundable once charged.
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "To make this bottling, T.A. Breaux analyzed vintage absinthe, dated circa 1901. It's burnished gold in the glass, louching to opalescent light gold, and scented with bold notes of anise and licorice. The flavor is mild at first, but shows more anise on the long, rounded finish. (KN) " (03/2015) K&L Notes: Jade 1901 Absinthe Supérieure was recreated as a tribute to a widely studied pre-ban absinthe, as it appeared circa 1901. During the heyday of its existence, the original brand was exported worldwide export, and was widely ...
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This is the grand daddy of the Camut Calvados. This contains brandy older than 35 years.
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One bottle each of Lous Pibous 1995 Barrel #140 bottled at 27 years, Domaine Del Cassou 1987 Barrel #5 bottled at 35 years, and Domaine Cutxan 2005 Barrel #33 bottled at 17 years of age.
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93 points Vinous: "This 12-year-old bottling from Adrien Camut is thrilling for its age. Light amber in color, the warm, friendly aromas of wildflowers and honey swirl in contrast to the bracing spice in the mouth. On the midpalate, you encounter serious apple-peel flavor, smoky grilled apple, and complex, dry tannins, that continue through the long finish. (JW)" (11/2018) K&L Notes: We knew that Camut is considered the top producer in Calvados – the crème de la crème of apple spirits. The Camut 12 year, however, blows everything else out of the water;...
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Jason Wilson describes for Vinous: "Marc Darroze is a treasure hunter, roaming Armagnac to find extraordinary barrels from the best terroirs. It’s always been thus at Darroze, perhaps Armagnac’s most famed négociant. Marc’s grandfather, Jean, was a chef who sought out singular barrels from local farmers for his restaurant. In the 1960’s, Marc's father, Francis, turned this family talent for discovering great brandies into a business. Though, it produces blends, Darroze’s genius is in its single-origin, vintage bottles. The Unique Collection is always bot...
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While some producers blend batches of different origins to create quality products, independent family business Grosperrin Cognac takes a different approach, crafting rare cognacs unique to their terroir and history, each with its own character. Founder Jean Grosperrin became a distiller in 1981 and traveled around France with his three pot stills, working on farms as a shepherd during the summer, and distilling-for-hire in the winter. He eventually arrived in Cognac in the early 1990s, where, after spending time in the region, he grew increasingly frus...
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97 points Wine Enthusiast: "Dark, mysterious and complex, this deep-amber liquid has a sherried scent, with hints of fresh figs and black cherry. The mouthwatering palate is sweet up front, showing vanilla and black cherry, drying to a long finish of earthy espresso, leather, orange peel and a brush of cocoa. Borderies region. *Top 100 Spirits of 2017* (KN)" (12/2019) K&L Notes: *95 points, Ultimate Spirits Challenge Top 100 of 2020* Camus owns the majority of the vineyards in the Borderies appellation. With the very best vineyards at their fingrtips, ...
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The incredible estate located in Ambleville on the finest terroir that Cognac has to offer was brought to prominence by the famous Marcel Ragnaud. Marcel perpetuated a tradition of craftsmanship that continues today, now run by his granddaughter Annie Sabourin. His father, Gaston Briand, was the head of the Cognac grape growers association and split his 100-hectare estate between brothers Marcel and Raymond. The estate is unique for cultivating all 8 legal varietals and this product contains 60% Ugni Blanc and 40% old-vine Folle Blanche. They claim that ...
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Single Cask, bottled in 1995, and likely distilled in 1930. This rare and exceptional Cognac has been patiently aged in oak barrels for decades in VT cellars before being carefully stored in demijohns. Tasting notes by the bottler: "Aroma: amazing rancio of very old Cognac, with strong liquorice notes. Palate: candied prunes and dried grapes Finish: very long, with notes of candied fruit & coffee." Nonchillfiltered, natural color, no added sugar. Limited Edition of 238 700 ml bottles.
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A harmonious and luxurious blend of vintage armagnacs from 21 to 43 years of age. Named for Vital Du Four, later known as Cardinal du Four, who was noted for his intellect. His celebrated book about his remarkable discoveries has been housed in the Vatican library since the 14th century. His words were the first acknowledgement and celebrate internationally the incredible spirit of Gascogne, "It enlivens the spirit, partaken in moderation, recalls the past to memory, renders men joyous, preserves youth and retards senility. And when retained in the mouth...
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This stunner was bottled in 2019 at 44 years of age. 100% ugni blanc and at a natural alcohol of 47.8% ABV.
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Aged 28 years in a single French Limousin oak cask. Bottled in 2023 unchillfiltered and with no added color.
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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)" (07/2018) K&L Notes: This exceptional Armagnac is the result of decades of work in the cellars at Dartigalongue. This single barrel of A...
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