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While Bas-Armagnac gets all the press, and the Haut-Armagnac gets completely ignored, the Tenareze region of Armagnac is quietly producing some of the best brandies in the world. Much like the Borderies region in Cognac, the Tenareze brandies seem to have more fruit and a bit more life than the more classic Armagnac style. Using only new or first fill barrels for the beginning years of maturation, the Armagnacs have richness, weight, and spice. This vintage Armagnac is one of the most ridiculous deals we've ever procured from the producer. Huge richness...
Price: $109.99

While Bas-Armagnac gets all the press, and the Haut-Armagnac gets completely ignored, the Tenareze region of Armagnac is quietly producing some of the best brandies in the world. Much like the Borderies region in Cognac, the Tenareze brandies seem to have more fruit and a bit more life than the more classic Armagnac style. We visited Chateau Pellehaut on our first day in Armagnac last January and were completely overwhelmed by the quality of spirit. Using only new or first fill barrels for the beginning years of maturation, the Armagnacs have richness,...
Price: $99.99

1973 Château de Pellehaut Armagnac from Ténarèze (750ml)
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The vibrant, lively nose on the 1973 is just amazing! Orange marmalade, dried apricot, custard with hints of pepper and toasted nuts. Elegant, smooth, yet very creamy, rich and full on the palate. There is loads of fruit on the finish that seems to coat your palate and moves slowly down your throat to fill your chest with glowing warmth.
Price: $229.99

It's products like these that make me question why Armagnac hasn't completely taken over the back bar. The honest truth is that they're not able to produce massive quantities with a similar quality and price ratio. It's not that the grapes aren't there, but it's simply not the most obvious business decision for small producers. By selling lots of young eau-de-vie at a low price, they're robbing themselves of the opportunity to age the stuff and demand significantly higher prices down the road. That's not to say that there aren't plenty of cheap young Arm...
Price: $29.99

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

Château de Pellehaut "K&L Exclusive - L'Age de Glace" Ténarèze Armagnac (750ml)
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Château de Pellehaut has been one of our top direct imports for the past year here at K&L. We've visited the Ténarèze producer twice over the past few years, always finding something new to bring home for our brandy fans. What really excited us this year, however, was a new project they we're working on called L'Age de Glace: a young brandy meant to drink on the rocks (hence the name "Ice Age"). The fruit of the Armagnac takes center stage here, melding wonderfully with the small hint of vanilla from the wood. It's all distilled from Folle Blanche fruit....
Price: $34.99

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: $59.99

Weighing in at 49.3% ABV this special bottling from Pellehaut is 100% Folle Blanche. Known for it's bright floral nose and slightly peperminty quality - Folle Blanche is a specialty of the Chateau and has been the focus since the early 1990s.
Price: $79.99

96-100 points Wine Enthusiast: " *Best Buy* The nose is biscuity, caramel-like, cream Sherry-like with a touch of cheese-like rancio. The palate entry tastes like bittersweet dark chocolate, cocoa butter, chocolate-covered raisins and dark honey; the midpalate is fruity and less bittersweet than the entry, making for a succulent aftertaste. A genuine classic." (09/2006) K&L Notes: NOTE: THIS IS A WAX-SEALED BOTTLE WHICH CAN CRUMBLE DURING SHIPMENT DUE TO THE JOSTLING OF THE NECK. WE CANNOT REFUND BOTTLES WITH OPENED SEALS IF YOU CHOOSE TO SHIP THIS BOT...
Price: $69.99


94 points Vinous: "Aged 15 years and distilled from mostly the hybrid Baco grape, Château de Briat Hors d’Age is big, rich, and round brandy brings to mind that chubby guy who is, to everyone’s surprise, an excellent dancer. Aromas of licorice and tobacco smoke, comforting flavors of candied nuts, chocolate, and dried fig, leading to a warm, enveloping finish. Bas-Armagnac, 44% abv. (JW)" (07/2018) K&L Notes: The Château de Briat has a long and impressive history. Built in 1540, it first served as the hunting manor for Queen Jeanne d'Albret. Her son, H...
Price: $79.99




Vinous: "Made from a 50/50 blend of Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche, Château de Pellehaut 'Reserve' is aged 10 years. There’s complexity here, a balance of savory, fruity, and minerality, as well as long attractive finish. (JW)" (07/2018)
Price: $59.99

Jason Wilson of Vinous writes: "Describing itself as 'artisan—négociant—éleveur,' Baron de Lustrac works with about 20 small producers, focused on single-cask, single-vineyard, and often single-variety. José Barbe, who started the brand in 1994 with his partner Ina Bornemann, scours Armagnac to procure special barrels. In fact, some of Baron de Lustrac’s domaines may only produce a single barrel per year, and none produce more than 15. All of the Armagnacs are aged on the properties where they are produced, and like Darroze, the name of the original doma...
Price: $149.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "Rich brown sugar is complemented by toasty baking spice on nose and palate. Each sip trails off into vanilla bean and cocoa powder, plus a final dusting of hot spices. *Best Buy* (KN)" (12/2021) Vinous: "Rather dark in color for a six-year-old, Marie Duffau Napoléon is almost nut brown. Soft, warm orange aromas and sweet, round flavors of milk chocolate, sponge cake, and a spicy, pithy finish. Solid and affordable for such a young Armagnac. Bas-Armagnac, 40% abv. (JW)" (07/2018) K&L Notes: Only estate fruit, raised organi...
Price: $32.99


According to Robert Parker, Darroze is "considered the Pope of Armagnacs." Sourcing from some of the best small artisan estates around, Francis Darroze has perfected the art of brandy selection and this stunning bottle is a top notch example.
Price: $329.99

Distillation of eau de vie at Chateau Ravignan dates back officially to at least 1791 during the French Revolution, but by historical account back to 1731. That’s when the ancestor of Josselin de Ravignan purchased the estate and declared on an official record that some of wine made from the property’s grapes would be used for distillation. At that time, however, it wasn’t known as Armagnac. Distilled spirits were used for a number of medicinal purposes, poured into wine for fortification, and given to sailors to help disinfect their water supplies durin...
Price: $199.99





The incredible history of Briat dates back to 1540 when the chateau was established as a hunting manor for Queen Jeanne d'Albret. Her son, Henri de Navarre, later Henri IV, King of France, often stayed in the castle. Eventually the Chateau was taken over by Baron Raoul de Pichon-Longueville in 1864. The Pichon-Longueville family already owned the famous vineyard of the same name in Pauillac. They used the estate as a country escape and always used a portion of the years wine production to distill Armagnac. When the Bordeaux property was sold, the Chateau...
Price: $109.99

The famous Pellehaut property in Tenareze produces some of the finest brandies in Armagnac. The most recently bottling of the 1994 vintage comes in at 47.5% ABV and is 100% Folle Blanche.
Price: $79.99



95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Blended and bottled in 2018, this 20-year-old Armagnac, made from a blend of Baco and Colombard grapes melds rich vanilla, maple and brown sugar with a drying blast of fiery spice, notably allspice, ginger and cayenne heat, plus lemon peel. Adding water releases some of the tannic grip and adds a creaminess that reads as lemon custard or vanilla cream pie. *Top 100 Spirits of 2018* (KN)" (12/2018) K&L Notes: Special Order Only! Special order items are not in stock and are dependent upon quantity available from distribution. ...
Price: $169.99

Cobrafire Evil Force is a blend of single casks aged distilled from 100% Folle Blanche at the exceptional Domaine D'Esperance in Bas-Armagnac. Aged between 6 and 20 years and bottled a full cask strength without any additions of any kind. The finicky Folle Blanche grape creates one of the world's most elegant distillates when handled properly can produce truly stunning results. Labelled as "Cask Strength Brandy" it is indeed 100% Armagnac and does not stray from the regulations whatsoever. With Cobrafire, the distiller Domaine d’Esperance prefers to focu...
Price: $89.99

Having just surpassed its 15th birthday, the 2006 vintage is just starting to bloom in a fully fledged Armagnac. Still a robust 45.7% ABV this younger brandy is snappy and fresh with dramatic aromatics of fresh apricot and spicy cinnamon.
Price: $99.99


The Bhakta line of spirits comprise some of the oldest and rarest spirits in the world. When Raj Peter Bhakta, the visionary founder of the now-iconic American distillery WhistlePig, purchased the renowned Maison Ryst-Dupeyron in Armagnac, he found himself in possession of numerous extremely old casks of premium spirit. Thus was born Château Bhakta. The Armagnacs produced here are now blended in single-barrel fashion from vintages ranging in age from 50 to 152 years old. That's right, the oldest vintage Armagnac to be found in these spirits dates from 18...
Price: $400.00


Bottled 1979. Mid neck. Purchased SCP Faure-Rey, 1998. Subject to availability. Please allow 14-21 days for product to be available to ship. All special order sales are final and no refunds or exchanges are available for any reason.
Price: $1,400.00

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: $44.99

The multicase set of verticales from the cellars of Raj Bhakta is a veritable window into the history of Gascogne. Only a handful of curated sets were produced and presented by the always entertaining Bhakta. He's amassed one of the largest stocks of old brandy in the region and is bottling select vintages in these "Time Capsule" presentations. Presented in matching 6 bottle cases with 6 consecutive vintages per case and sold only as a stand alone set.
Price: $3,000.00

Château du Busca has produced Armagnac since the 17th century in a castle built by the Marquis de Maniban in 1649. Tasting notes from the importer: "Chestnut-brown, with yellow highlight. Lovely old rancio nose, with gingerbread and roasted aromas. Good length and full-bodied palate, dominated by nutty rancio and very ripe figs."
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Blanche Armagnac is perfect for cocktailing where you want the flavors of fine eau de vie, but no color or wood influence. Pellehaut makes one of the best.
Price: $39.99

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