Darroze Les Grand Assemblages 12 Year Old Bas-Armagnac (750ml)

SKU #1117957 92 points Wine Enthusiast

 Allow this bright amber brandy some air exposure, and the reward is a dried- fruit aroma and a vanilla flavor, with touches of cinnamon- and clove. It feels a bit drying on the palate. (KN)  (12/2012)

K&L Notes

Darroze has arguably done more for the Armagnac category than any other single producer. They made their name by sourcing incredible single-vintage cask-strength Armagnac from all of Bas-Armagnac's small grower-producers. This micro-negociant has some of the best stocks of brandy anywhere in Armagnac, with high-quality offerings going back nearly a century from various top-quality producers. It's this incredible warehouse that makes this wonderful product possible. Aged a minimum of 12 years using some of the finest Armagnac available, Darroze blends multiple eaux-de-vie to capture the essence of the region. A fabulously complex and powerful brandy, softly spicy, with tons of fruit and a slight herbal quality.

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Alcohol Content (%): 43