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1981 The Rare Armagnac Collection "Mars" (Domaine de Pouchegu) 39 Year Old K&L Exclusive Vintage Armagnac (750ml)
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The Rare Armagnac Collection is a new small-scale bottler seeking to unearth rare and unique Armagnacs from small estates across the region that would otherwise not be available. We're extremely lucky to have stumbled upon them, and this first parcel that they acquired from the famous estate in the best part of the Ténarèze. We first visited Domaine Pouchegu in 2013. There, Pierre Laporte was matter-of-fact about what made his Armagnacs so good: Lots of care in the vines, a good amount of sable fauve in the soils, hiring the best distiller, and a commitm...
Price: $154.99

1988 L'Encantada 30 Year Old "Domaine Le Frêche #17" Bas-Armagnac (750ml) (Elsewhere $200) (Elsewhere $200)
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The wonderful and mysterious "Domaine Le Frêche" is becoming, much like Encantada's other famous estate Lous Pibous, quite well-regarded. Also like Lous Pibous, Le Frêche is not the name of the domaine itself, but a place holder used by the bottlers. Because of this secrecy there's much speculation regarding the source of the spirit. Unfortunately for those seeking truth there are easily 10+ excellent producers in the little village, so take a guess. The most famous is the incredible Boingniere, whose Armagnacs are extremely sought-after and expensive. I...
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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

The incredible Domaine de Jouanda is one of the best estates that has remained essentially unknown despite an explosion in interest in the Armagnac category. Easily ranked as one of Bas-Armagnac's top estates by anyone who's ever tasted it, the family Poyferre has found success in France, but is not widely distributed stateside. 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 returned ...
Price: $59.99

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

This stupendous brandy comes from the Chateau de la Grangerie estate in the northern area of the Tenareze, one of the most picturesque and intriguing estates in all of Gascogne. The beautiful chateau is built around a 12th century monastery. It is in the old chapel where the Langalerie family stores all of their armagnac. The old open floor building is the perfect aging environment for the wonderful Ugni Blanc eau-de-vie being distilled here. Fewer than 10 barrels are made every year, but they also cultivate grains, plums, and grapes for wine production....
Price: $59.99


2002 Domaine de Baraillon 16 Year Old Folle Blanche Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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We've been carrying the Baraillon Armagnacs for three 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 fois gros 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 mo...
Price: $79.99

Chateau Pellehaut has been one of our top direct imports for the past year here at K&L. We've visited this prominent Tenereze producer many times over the years and always find great stuff. They're particular unique in the region as one of the few producers using Folle Blanche. Big, spicy, woody flavor explodes from the glass on this well matured brandy. A great crossover style offering a balance between the fruity elegance of the folle blanche, complex rusticity and dark sweet new french oak. There's a huge amount of enjoyment in this bottle for the pri...
Price: $89.99

Darroze Les Grand Assemblages "30 Year Old" Bas-Armagnac (750ml)
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92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Maple syrup in color, this has a toffee aroma and flavor, along with notes of dry cocoa, espresso, spice and dried orange peel on the finish. " (12/2012) K&L Notes: An absolutely incredible value from this exceptional producer in Bas-Armagnac. Darroze became famous by sourcing top quality single estate single vintage armagnacs from small producers across Bas-Armagnac. His offerings differe immensley from one another and because of the extreme variation he created the Grands Assemblage. The minimum age of 30 years is list on ...
Price: $129.99


Jason Wilson writes: "Situated 180 meters above sea level, Château de Pellehaut has been a working farm for nearly 400 years. Today, the château’s 530 hectares are run by brothers Martin and Mathieu Béraut. The brothers grow vines on about 300 hectares of the property, most of it for wine production but enough Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche for Armagnac. In fact, Pellehaut is one of only two estates in Ténarèze that grow Folle Blanche. My first introduction to Pellehaut was through a lovely bright and floral 10-year-old bottling of 100% Folle Blanche about...
Price: $79.99

The special selection from our friends down at Bar Agricole. The picked this excellent Folle Blanche from a wonderful producer in Les Landes, Domaine du Miquer, run by Jacques Lasserre, a veteran of the business and former itinerant distiller. This man is a master of the still, but he also takes great care in the vineyards, favoring the hard work required to cultivate the wonderful and difficult Folle Blanche varietal. He knows every aspect of production from the vineyard to the bottle, and you can tell it right away when you taste his brandy. They are p...
Price: $44.99


A property that's been in existence since the 1200s, Ognoas spends much of its time as an agricultural school and a training ground for young distillers. Because of their status as a "co-op" of sorts, the operation is partly subsidized by the French government, which means the prices are insanely low! Lucky us! Ognoas uses local trees for their cooperage and puts a medium toast on the barrel for a kiss of sweetness in the brandy. This roughly ten year old edition of Ognoas is a great alternative to the other $50-ish Armagnacs we offer, mainly because it ...
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: $44.99

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Price: $39.99

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) K&L Notes: Château de Pellehaut lies on a beautifully situated property overlooking the town of Montréal-du-Gers. Purchased by Gaston Béraut shortly after the Second World War, he has slowly developed one of the largest single properties in the region. Béraut's sons Mathieu and Martin take care of winemaking (the red, wh...
Price: $59.99

From the Producer: At Domaine Tariquet, our Bas-Armagnacs are made exclusively from the grapes harvested from the family estate’s vineyards. The distillation takes place in authentic wood fired armagnac alambic using the traditional continuous distillation process. Our hundred-year-old cellar quietly safeguard our barrels or “pieces”, as they are called. Each variety and each vintage are distilled and aged separately for the first years. Then, the blending of our “pieces”, a true savoir-faire at the heart of the identity and style of our Bas-Armagnacs, ...
Price: $89.99

Vinous: "Aged for 8 years, Clos Martin VSOP is a blend of Baco and Ugni Blanc. The nose is muted, a whiff of ginger and crème brulée, but in the mouth big flavors of dried fruit, cocoa, and toffee emerge. Bas-Armagnac, 40% abv. (JW)" (07/2018)
Price: $39.99

From the Producer: At Domaine Tariquet, our Bas-Armagnacs are made exclusively from the grapes harvested from the family estate’s vineyards. The distillation takes place in authentic wood fired armagnac alambic using the traditional continuous distillation process. Our hundred-year-old cellar quietly safeguard our barrels or “pieces”, as they are called. Each variety and each vintage are distilled and aged separately for the first years. Then, the blending of our “pieces”, a true savoir-faire at the heart of the identity and style of our Bas-Armagnacs, ...
Price: $54.99

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...
Price: $379.99

From the producer: Once distilled in a copper alambic, the wine gives birth to a transparent eau-de-vie. Kept in tanks and not in casks, the eau-de-vie preserves its crystalline color and benefits from the Blanche Armagnac A.O.C. appellation. At Domaine Tariquet, it is exclusively produced from the Folle Blanche grape, preferred for its finesse and aromatic potential. To be discovered at room temperature, well chilled, neat or in a cocktail. Superb with raw or smoked salmon, caviar, blue cheese or served as a palate cleanser between courses, locally kn...
Price: $49.99

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