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1988 Dartigalongue 30 year old Vintage Bas-Armagnac (750ml)

SKU #991473

The oldest house in Bas Armagnac, the Dartigalongue family began to distill in 1813. In 1838, Pascal Dartigalongue founded the first Maison d'Armagnac in Nogaro, the heart of the Bas Armagnac region. In 1870 son Joseph acquired a large vineyard in Salles d'Armagnac near Nogaro. In 1978 great grandson Pierre Dartigalongue created his Museum in Nogaro which houses all the archives of Maison D'Armagnac, including all correspondence since 1838 and a fascinating collection of Vieux Armagnacs in their original bottles, dated 1829, 1848, 1852, 1870, and 1900. Françoise Dartigalongue, Benoit Hillion, and cellar master Ghislain Laffargue In 2010, Françoise Dartigalongue, fifth generation producer, then the head of the company, convinced her niece Virginie‚Äôs husband, Benoit Hillion, to leave his job as an agronomist in Paris to settle in Nogaro and take over the business. Seduced by the history of the House and by the enthusiasm and optimism of Françoise, Benoit quickly took over and boosted the development of the Maison.


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Varietal:

Armagnac

Country:

France

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Sub-Region:

Southwest France