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Domaine Pacory 16 Year Old "K&L Exclusive" Domfrontais Calvados (750ml)
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This will be one of the most crowd pleasing spirits we've ever brought in from France: this 16 year single barrel exclusive of 70% pear and 30% apple distilled Calvados from the small producer Domaine Pacory. In the Domfrontais region of Normandy, the brandies are generally at least 60% pear. Located on the ferme des Grimaux, the Pacory property has been in the family since 1939, but it wasn't until 1959 that Claude Pacory decided to try to perfect the art of Calvados distillation. The torch was passed to Frédéric in 1986 and he's been carrying the tradi...
Price: $89.99

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...
Price: $199.99

2003 Domaine du Cardinat 19 Year Old K&L Exclusive Single Cask #131 Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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Domaine du Cardinat has been in the Lalanne family for over a century. Farmer and grandfather of the current proprietor, Patricia Singh, built the family home at the domaine 100 years ago and cultivated the land long before that. In 1935, Joseph Lalanne's sudden death thrust Patricia's father, Camille into the fields forcing him to leave school and commit his life to the family domaine. Just four years later, Camille planted the first vines at the domaine and his life was devoted to this patient passion. There he worked tirelessly to produce great brandy...
Price: $74.99

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...
Price: $109.99

1989 Domaine Séailles 34 Year Old Tenareze Armagnac (700ml)
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Styles vary tremendously across Armagnac and Domaine Séailles' flavor profile falls firmly in the middle between the two extremes of woody or fruity. The small 2.5 acre plot of Ugni Blanc on clay limestone soils makes for a brandy that has generous fruit, but a mineral backbone that stands up to long aging in French oak. As the brandy crests the 30 year mark it begins to develop distinct secondary sweetness notes as the fruit/wood interplay develops. Lots of maple/molasses/honey tones mark the '89 without sacrificing fruit. The stone fruit flavors jump o...
Price: $79.99

From the same company that brought you Courvoisier - Salignac offers a great value V.S. of Fine Champagne (a blend of Grande and Petite Champagne Cogancs). At this price, don't hesitate to elevate all your brandy cocktails with this gem.
Price: $17.99

Astrid Hubert has taken over her family's apple distillation business with a desire to bring Calvados into the modern generation. She wants to make her estate's brandy more fruit-forward and more feminine in style -- "After all, I am a woman!" she told us during our visit in 2013. There has never been an apple brandy this good on the American market at such an affordable price. The juicy apple flavor simply bursts on the first sip, the fruit taking front and center stage as the cider-like acidity helps balance out the richness of the wood. Try making a J...
Price: $29.99

Domaine Séailles 20 Year Old Tenareze  Armagnac (700ml)
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A small domain located in Tenareze, Domaine Séailles has been a pioneer in the region for organic viticulture and has been certified as such since 2002. Their estate consists of just 25 hectares, mostly dedicated to the production of wine. On the Armagnanc side of things, just 2.5 hectares are dedicated to a small yearly production of Ugni Blanc specifically for distillation. Grown on the clay limestone soils characteristic of Tenareze, the wine from these vineyards is distilled every January on an old, wood-fired continuous still. The spirit is aged in ...
Price: $69.99

1998 Domaine de Baraillon 25 Year Old "Folle Blanche" K&L Exclusive Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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We've expanded our selection from one of our favorite Armagnac producers: Domaine de Baraillon. After the success of last year's 1985 vintage brandy, we wanted to introduce you to their younger Folle Blanche selections. This 25 year old Armagnac is distilled from 100% Folle Blanche and exhibits that same unctuous, rich, caramel-laden profile but with more spice and a dusty finish. It's a big time crowd-pleaser of an Armagnac, the kind of thing that will taste good to your great uncle Larry, but still scratch that spirits geek itch in the back of your thr...
Price: $99.99

Price: $49.99

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...
Price: $119.99

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 - ...
Price: $134.99

93 points Vinous: "At 20 years old, scoured from barrels throughout Bas-Armagnac, this is the finest of Darroze’s blends. Nutty, with prune, dried apricot and spice, with freshness throughout. Bas-Armagnac, 40% abv. (JW)" (07/2018) K&L Notes: Absolutely stunning Armagnac with incredible richness, spice, and balance. Big wood, lots of spice and vanilla, and a rustic fruit character with seamless execution.
Price: $99.99

Price: $109.99

At the Ferme Des Grimaux near Mantilly, the Family Pacory has farmed the land since 1939. It wasn't until 1959 that Claude Pacory decided to focus his efforts on perfecting the production of Calvados. Like all the farmers in this area, they'd specialized in the production of apples and pears and the creation of ciders and brandy from their juices, but this focus on brandy was exceptional in this part of Normandy. The results were exceptional. Claude and his 100 hectares were exceptional by all accounts. On their 100 hectare property 700 pear trees and 40...
Price: $59.99

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...
Price: $159.99

1986 Domaine de Baraillon 37 Year Old K&L Exclusive Bas-Armagnac (750ml) (Previously $130) (Previously $130)
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1995 Domaine du Cardinat 27 Year Old K&L Exclusive Single Cask #93 Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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Domaine du Cardinat has been in the Lalanne family for over a century. Farmer and grandfather of the current proprietor, Patricia Singh, built the family home at the domaine 100 years ago and cultivated the land long before that. In 1935, Joseph Lalanne's sudden death thrust Patricia's father, Camille into the fields forcing him to leave school and commit his life to the family domaine. Just four years later, Camille planted the first vines at the domaine and his life was devoted to this patient passion. There he worked tirelessly to produce great brandy...
Price: $89.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Crystal-clear and pure. Nose is unabashedly smoky in the first nosings; aeration smoothes it out as fetching aromas of mint, harvested grain and grain husk assert themselves. On palate, the entry is intensely grainy, silky and off-dry; the midpalate offers moderate bite plus chewy tastes of cracked wheat and cocoa bean. Aftertaste is dry, cleansing and medium-long." (07/2006) K&L Notes: The famed French vodka for your favorite cocktail. Made in a copper pot still from a fine blend of French wheat and water from the Gensac Sp...
Price: $29.99

2007 Domaine du Cardinat 15 Year Old K&L Exclusive Single Cask #187 Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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Domaine du Cardinat has been in the Lalanne family for over a century. Farmer and grandfather of the current proprietor, Patricia Singh, built the family home at the domaine 100 years ago and cultivated the land long before that. In 1935, Joseph Lalanne's sudden death thrust Patricia's father, Camille into the fields forcing him to leave school and commit his life to the family domaine. Just four years later, Camille planted the first vines at the domaine and his life was devoted to this patient passion. There he worked tirelessly to produce great brandy...
Price: $69.99

We've been carrying the Baraillon Armagnacs for years now and it's been a match made in heaven for K&L, the Claverie family, and our customers—we're their biggest account and their biggest fans. There's something special about walking into the tasting room at Baraillon, which is really just a little hut next to their home with plastic furniture and humble offerings (like fresh foie gras straight from the farm next door). Mr. Baraillon will come in from feeding the pigs wearing rubber boots, while his daughter Laurence stands by quietly, yet does most of ...
Price: $109.99

This exceptional "VSOP" is aged a minimum of 10 years in the cask before being bottled. It could easily be listed as an XO, but Ragnaud Sabourin is not like other producers. 100% Ugni Blanc from the finest vineyards in Grande Champagne, the VSOP is not blended with younger or older stocks whatsoever. Vibrant and complex with an undeniable freshness, few products in any quality category, match Ragnaud Sabourins completeness and complexity. Bottled at 41% abv, the producer offers these inviting tasting notes, "Vibrant and deep, the golden yellow colour of ...
Price: $69.99

1986 Domaine Séailles 34 Year Old Ténarèze Armagnac (700ml) (Previously $90) (Previously $90)
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This Armagnac, produced from a small estate plot, was distilled in 1986 and aged for 34 years in 400L barrels before being bottled at 46% ABV. From the importer: "Domaine Séailles is one of the pioneers of organic viticulture in the Côtes de Gascogne region of Southwest France. A family-owned estate since 1961, Séailles is now run by Jean Labérenne, who lead the domaine to Ecocert organic certification in 1997, swearing off all chemical fertilizers, herbicides, insecticides, and synthetic chemical products. Located in the town of Ténarèze, which is uniqu...
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From the same company that brought you Courvoisier - Salignac offers a great value V.S. of Fine Champagne (a blend of Grande and Petite Champagne Cogancs). At this price, don't hesitate to elevate all your brandy cocktails with this gem.
Price: $8.99

Fabulous small production Cassis from a top notch producer in Burgundy. This domaine located in the hills above Pernand-Vergelesses orginally specialized in producing cassis and frambrois and while the wine has become the focus they are still producing some of the finest quality liqueurs available anywhere. Juicy, vibrant, with the perfect amount of sweetness. This is our new GO-TO creme de cassis.
Price: $23.99

All the mixologists in San Francisco love this absinthe and even choose it over locally made absinthes, which is saying a lot! The first commercially available Swiss absinthe, this is the "bleue" varity of Absinthe developed in Switzerland. The style doesn't get a secondary maceration of botanicals and the addition of chlorophyll does not occur prior to bottling. It is made in an alembic still and doesn't use extracts or oils. Because of this, the end product is clear and maybe a bit less herbal. The lack of chlorophyll inhibits this absinthe's potential...
Price: $74.99

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.
Price: $159.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Although Hors d'âge translates as the subtle phrase 'beyond age,' the contrary label trumpets that this brandy is aged 12 years. This seems apt as there's little subtlety about what's in the bottle either: rich, bulldozer-bold flavors ranging from buttery brioche to sweet caramel and toffee, braced up with notes of allspice and espresso on the surprisingly creamy and rich finish. (KN)" (12/2012) 91 points Vinous: "Dark honey colored, aged for 12 years, Marie Duffau Hors d’Age is redolent of prune, raisins, and toffee, with ...
Price: $54.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "From 'the oldest House in Armagnac' comes a well-balanced sipper that's reminiscent of Bourbon with its deep amber color; its rich, sweet caramel note; and bold finish that tastes of maple-butter sprinkled with clove and cinnamon. (KN)" (12/2012) 93 points Vinous: "Dartigalongue’s XO is burly, with cologne-like aromas, and surprisingly complex for its youth (10-year-old brandies in the blend). Buttery, with flavors of dried plum, candied ginger and walnut, and a spicy finish of clove and cardamom. A Rye drinker’s Armagnac. B...
Price: $59.99

1973 Bhakta Vintage Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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Price: $400.00

From the historic Louis Roque distillery located in the sleepy town of Souillac. Imported by the inimitable Charles Neal, Roque specializes in Vieille Prune from Gascony. Perhaps the finest in its class, certainly the best of what's available in the states, the spirit is distilled using only the best Gascogne Plums. With the depth of a cognac and the finesse of a plum brandy, this Vieille Prune has an unparalleled richness. Bursting with Asian spice and ripe fruit, you'll want to keep this one in stock once you've tried it.
Price: $49.99

Price: $119.99

The Monnet house, founded in 1838, and long been known as a "sunny" Cognac. Warm and strongly floral and fruity, they are very pretty brandies. Famously called 'Sunshine in a glass' by Leonardo Cappiello, the 1920s lithographer, it has stuck ever since. Their modern expression going by the name 'Sunshine' is an ode to that house style at a very affordable price. Elegant and round, this expression is bright gold in color and loaded with quince jam, spring flowers, ripe summer stone fruits, and a wisp of vanilla and gingerbread. The finish is long and smoo...
Price: $39.99

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)
Price: $159.99

We've been carrying the Baraillon Armagnacs for years now and it's been a match made in heaven for K&L, the Claverie family, and our customers; we're their biggest account and their biggest fans. There's something special about walking into the tasting room at Baraillon, which is really just a little hut next to their home, outfitted with plastic furniture and humble offerings (like fresh foie gras straight from the farm next door). Mr. Baraillon will come in from feeding the pigs wearing rubber boots, while his daughter Laurence stands by quietly, yet d...
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Hand-peeled, hand-cut Vietnamese ginger is the core of this spicy, exotic elixir. It is then macerated with herbs and spices and married with a fine Cognac. "Ginger," according to the New York Times, "as a cocktail ingredient, is on a serious roll right now… but the Domaine de Canton, which fuses baby ginger with Cognac, feels more like a classic than something parachuted into a trend. It's got that ginger heat, but it's not too strong and it's very aromatic. It's also a lively addition to Champagne."
Price: $34.99

2009 Domaine Séailles 11 Year Old Tenareze Armagnac (700ml) (Previously $70) (Previously $70)
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Since 2002 Domaine Séailles is officially certified as organic in all of their wine and Armagnac production. They've foresworn chemicals pesticides and artificial fertilizers and instead opt for a biodynamic approach. While the brandies that have been made this way are still quite young by many Armagnac standards, they are lively, bright, and delicious in their own right (not to mention showing tremendous aging potential). If you're looking for a punchy young Armagnac with crystal-clear fruit and excellent pedigree, combined with a stewardship of the env...
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "A wild experimental gin clearly created with Dirty Martinis and other savory drinks in mind. Look for a distinctly briny, almost vinegar-y aroma and vegetal palate with hints of bell pepper and lemon peel freshness. The juniper exhale includes a saline hint and black pepper zing. *Best Buy* (KN)" (03/2023) K&L Notes: The humble cornichon is a subtle reminder of France's culinary greatness. Using only pickles sourced from the excellent Maison Marc, Citadelle infuses their classic base with the most wonderful tart and salty ch...
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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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The spectacular Double Zero Eau de Vie de Cidre from Cider Master Cyril Zang is without a doubt one of the world's great white spirits. This small cult producer of cider is basically not available and his Eau de Vie has been the stuff of legend for years. Now it's finally upon us and absolutely as delicious and special as you'd expect. Cyril partnered with illustrious Jean Roger Groult to create this uniquely pure distillate of Calvados apples. Using more than 30 varietals of apples, primarily bittersweet with a bit more sweet than sour to balance it all...
Price: $79.99

According to Wine Enthusiast: "Tastes of cassis, red raspberry syrup or, better, raspberry compote. Long, ripe, intense berry aftertaste." (06/06)
Price: $34.99

Suze Gentian Liqueur has been out of stock for months now as supply chains around the world continue to break down. Finally back in stock, but we have no idea for how long, we've stocked up as much as possible to try and make it through the holidays. Lightly sweet with plenty of gentian bitterness, this is the perfect ingredient for a White Negroni, or mixing with plain soda water. Suze was invented in Switzerland and then bought by Fernand Moureaux in 1885, but wasn't sold commercially in France until 1889. It's still in production, now under the owner...
Price: $27.99

Bid on this bottle of Maison Surrenne "Legacy XO, lot 1972/9" Grande Champagne Cognac (750ml). Maison Surrenne traces its origins to the 1800s. The eau-de-vie produced by Maison Surrenne was initially sold in substantial quantities to other esteemed producers, including giants like Hennessy and Remy Martin. However, it was in 1998 that Ansley Coale of Craft Distillers and Richard Braastad, the cellar-master of Tiffon, collaborated to create the Maison Surrenne brand specifically for the US market. These exquisite cognacs draw from the rich cellars of Tiffon, emphasizing regional and harvest characteristics.
Current Bid: $108.00

Bid on this 3-bottle tasting lot in original wood; including 1-bottle of Delamain "Le Tres Venere" Grand Champagne Cognac (200ml) (92WE), 1-bottle of Delamain Pale & Dry XO Grande Champagne Cognac (200ml) (96VN, 95WE), and 1-bottle of Delamain Vesper Grand Champagne Cognac (200ml) (96VN). Of the Delamain Pale & Dry XO Grande Champagne Cognac (200ml), Vinous writes: "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)
Starting Bid: $135.00

Bid on this 2-bottle tasting lot; including 1-bottle of Frapin Chateau Fontpinot "Tres Vieille Reserve du Chateau" Grande Champagne Cognac (750ml) ((90-95WE)) and 1-bottle of Frapin Chateau Fontpinot XO Grande Champagne Cognac (750ml) (mid 90s bottling) ((90-95WE)). Of the Frapin Chateau Fontpinot "Tres Vieille Reserve du Chateau" Grande Champagne Cognac (750ml), Wine Enthusiast writes: "Mahogany color. Rich, semisweet nose is so ideally melded that no one attribute leaps out except for traces of cinnamon and cedar; an exquisite, mature Cognac bouquet of the top rank. Sweet, ripe and grapey at palate entry; midpalate is warming and oaky, with a healthy dose of rancio similar to wood resin and maple. Aftertaste is extended and fruity. A class act. (PP)" (07/2006)
Current Bid: $185.00

Bid on this bottle of Camus XO "Borderies Family Reserve" Single Estate Borderies Cognac (750ml) (97WE). 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)
Current Bid: $175.00

Bid on this bottle of A. Edmond Audry "Memorial" Fine Champagne Cognac (700ml) in original wood. The house of A. Edmond Audry was founded in 1878 by the great-great-grandfather of the current owner. In the early 1950s, the Audry Company stopped selling cognac. However, some very old stocks were held back in reserve in the hopes that Audry would one day rise again to the fore. That day came in 1978 when Bernard Boisson, a lawyer by training, decided to resurrect the family tradition that had remained dormant for four decades. The family stopped distilling in 1974, so Audry is made from blends of the original reserve and a few lots bought from a small group of Charentais growers. The Memorial is a blend of 60% Grand Champagne and 40% Petite Champagne, composed of older stocks dating back to 60 years of age. Very supple, yet spicy, the brandy finishes with candied fruit, pepper, and dark cocoa.
Current Bid: $140.00

This white wine based aperitif is vinified in Luberon and steeped with peaches from Durance. Using the flesh, stones and leaves of multiple varietals, cane sugar and fortifying alcohol, this refreshingly intense peach aperitif is a classic of southern French summer cooling culture. Enjoy it on the rocks, with soda or in a cocktail.
Price: $19.99

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