Armagnac - 9 references for sale online

Vinogourmets welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a wide range of 9 "Armagnacs".
Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays close attention to the selection of "Armagnac" to present you with the best quality at reasonable prices.

BAS-ARMAGNAC CHATEAU LAUBADE VSOP 50CL 40° 

The Château de Laubade, built in 1870, is today the first Armagnac property made up of 105 hectares of vines in one piece.

The Lesgourgues family has owned the Château since 1974. Before it, illustrious men contributed to the reputation of the property, always at the forefront in terms of agronomy and the production of eaux-de-vie.

Among the men who marked the history of Laubade, Joseph Noulens is the real "founder" of the property whose castle he rebuilt in 1902.

Since 1998, Arnaud and Denis Lesgourgues, representing the 3rd generation, have pursued their quest for excellence, making Château de Laubade the indisputable benchmark for Armagnac.

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(7)
€39,50

BAS-ARMAGNAC CHATEAU LAUBADE 2000 40° 

The Château de Laubade, built in 1870, is today the first Armagnac property made up of 105 hectares of vines in one piece.

The Lesgourgues family has owned the Château since 1974. Before it, illustrious men contributed to the reputation of the property, always at the forefront in terms of agronomy and the production of eaux-de-vie.

Among the men who marked the history of Laubade, Joseph Noulens is the real "founder" of the property whose castle he rebuilt in 1902.

Since 1998, Arnaud and Denis Lesgourgues, representing the 3rd generation, have pursued their quest for excellence, making Château de Laubade the indisputable benchmark for Armagnac.

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(6)
€79,00
BAS -ARMAGNAC VSOP 40 70CL TARIQUET

BAS-ARMAGNAC VSOP TARIQUET

Castle P. GRASSA

Varietal (s):
Ugni-white 60% Baco 40%
 
Characters :
The youngest eau-de-vie composing this blend of typical Lower Armagnac grapes has been aged in oak casks
a minimum of 7 years
 

Tasting comment:

Beautiful amber dress. Powerful nose of prunes, lots of richness and concentration, aroma of hot bread with a touch of toast and gingerbread. When airing, beautiful aromas of baker's oven, rancio and candied fruit appear. The mouth is smooth, round, almost excessive, no sensation of alcohol, the wood is there: beautiful and vanilla. The final is fulfilled with a return of macerated stone fruits.

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€39,95

ARMAGNAC DARROZE CHATEAU DE LASSERADE 1946 40 °

Pretty bright color, gold. The nose is rising, marked by macerated fruits. In the mouth, the tannins are soft and silky. Beautiful aromatic length.

The low-Armagnacs Francis Darroze are "wild" eaux-de-vie, of an absolute richness, on the nose and in the mouth. Their colors vary from light amber, dark amber to waxed oak. They have an infinite aromatic palette, with impressive lengths, delicate notes of flowers, dried fruits, spices, honey and musk beyond the prune or candied fruit.
Aromas of prune, quince, hazelnut, vanilla, violet, linden, cinnamon appear over the years.

Pretty bright color, gold. The nose is rising, marked by macerated fruits. In palate, the tannins are soft and silky. Beautiful aromatic length.

Manufacturer: from Mentque

Appellation:  Bas Armagnac

Type of soil: boulbènes

Area: 12 hectares

Grape variety:  ugni white, baco

Age of vines:  50 years

Distillation type: Continue to 40% Alc

Distiller: Saint Martin

Rooms : Oak of the region

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(1)
€885,00

BAS ARMAGNAC DARROZE CHATEAU DE GAUBE 1972 70CL 42°

Bottling March 2022

The Morel family is originally from Switzerland, more precisely from the canton of Vaux near Lausanne. From 1956, the first distillations gave fine, distinguished and elegant Armagnacs.
Monsieur Morel selects oak trees to build large vats in which the property's Armagnacs will age for 40 years and more. The Baco grape variety is preferred and gives after years of breathtaking results.



Manufacturer: Morello

Appellation:  Bas Armagnac

Type of soil: Tawny sands

Area: 60 hectares

Grape variety: 100% organic

Age of vines: 40 years

Distillation type: Continuous at 52% Alc.

Distiller: Themselves

Rooms : Oak of the region

 

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€202,00

 ARMAGNAC DARROZE DOMAINE DE LA POSTE 1971 70CL 46 °


Distillations at Domaine de Laposte, in Ténarèze, were very important in the 70s. This is how we offer many vintages in those years, all different, but which keep both a typicity and a special character. linked to the terroir and the know-how of the Faget family.

Manufacturer: The subject

Appellation:  Tenazere

Type of soil: Tawny sands

Area:  5 hectares

Grape variety: 100% white ugni

Age of vines: 50 years

Distillation type: Continue to 46% Alc.

Rooms : Oak of the region

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€205,00
LOW ARMAGNAC DARROZE DOMAINE DE LAMARQUETTE 1991 70CL 49 °

LOW ARMAGNAC DARROZE DOMAINE DE LAMARQUETTE 1991 70CL 49 °

This property has been in the same family for generations. The Martres family, whose last representative is also a brilliant French economist. The domain of Lamarquette is located in the extreme west of the terroirs of Bas Armagnac, on the edge of the Landes forest. The terroirs of tawny sand and the Baco grape variety produce high class Armagnacs.

Manufacturer: Martens

Appellation: Bas Armagnac

Type of soil: Tawny sands

Area: 3 hectares

Grape variety: 100% organic

Age of vines: 25 years

Distillation type: Continue to 49 ° Alc.

Distiller: Roumat

Rooms : Oak of the region

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€103,50

BAS ARMAGNAC DARROZE CHATEAU DE GAUBE 1962 70CL 42,5°

Bottling March 2022

The Morel family is originally from Switzerland, more precisely from the canton of Vaux near Lausanne. From 1956, the first distillations gave fine, distinguished and elegant Armagnacs.
Monsieur Morel selects oak trees to build large vats in which the property's Armagnacs will age for 40 years and more. The Baco grape variety is preferred and gives after years of breathtaking results.


Manufacturer: Morello

Appellation:  Bas Armagnac

Type of soil: Tawny sands

Area: 60 hectares

Grape variety: 100% organic

Age of vines: 40 years

Distillation type: Continuous at 52% Alc.

Distiller: Themselves

Rooms : Oak of the region

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(3)
€374,00
BAS-ARMAGNAC HORS D'AGE CHATEAU LABALLE 70 CL 43°

LAUDET FAMILY
Grapes: 90% Ugni Blanc – 10% Baco

The youngest of the eaux-de-vie making up this blend has been aged in black Landes oak barrels for 10 years.

Armagnac is produced in the south-west of France, in the heart of Gascony, in 3 distinct geographical areas: Bas Armagnac, Haut Armagnac and Ténarèze.
The Domaine de Laballe is located in the Bas Armagnac region, recognizable by its sandy soils considered to be the best terroirs of the three.
It is the oldest alcohol in France, the first found writings date from 1; it therefore celebrated its 1310th anniversary in 700!
Many virtues have been attributed to it over the years, including that of immortality: regular consumption would help maintain health.
Armagnac is today a noble eau-de-vie and identity of Gascony, remained very attached to traditions and know-how but its notoriety and its consumption have dropped

For nearly two centuries now, the Armagnacs of Château de Laballe have been produced and aged on the property by the Laudet family. From the management of the vineyard to the years of aging, everything is done to extract and preserve as much as possible the characteristics of the unique terroir of Les Sables Fauves. The vines are pampered and the soil worked to bring out the iron oxide (main characteristic of Sables Fauves) which brings the finesse and roundness specific to Château Laballe Armagnacs.

Armagnac is distilled by simple heating, in a continuous still, the alcohol vapors rising from tray to tray and crossing the cold wine in the opposite direction. This technique specific to the elaboration of armagnac allows a greater preservation of the aromas than a distillation in double heating.

It is the same traveling still that has been coming to the château since 1923. It is a copper still that requires the particular attention of the distiller because it is wood-fired and manually fed. Because of this, the temperature fluctuates noticeably during the distillation (unlike gas stills which have a constant temperature). These variations bring an additional character to the Armagnacs.

The Armagnac is then housed in Landes pedunculate oak barrels from the Bartholomo cooperage (one of the last coopers in the region) to once again promote the qualities of the terroir.

The Armagnacs are aerated two to three times a year, in order to homogenize the barrels of the same vintage. The Armagnac cellars dating from the XNUMXth century welcome the barrels and ensure serene aging.

Armagnac ages in barrels only. As soon as it is bottled, the aging and therefore the evolution of Armagnac stops. It can be kept for years in bottles without the aromas being altered, but they will no longer evolve. This is why we bottle Armagnac to order. We thus ensure the longest aging for your Armagnacs.

This know-how developed over 8 generations and respected to the letter makes the elegance, the richness, the complexity and therefore the high quality of the Armagnacs Château laballe.

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€57,00
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