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Armagnac

Armagnac is distilled using what's called an alembic pot still, resulting in a rougher spirit. But once this is combined with age, it turns extremely complex. There are three appellations in Armagnac - Ténarèze, Bas and Haut. Producers there have been making Armagnac for hundreds of years, even before cognac producers. Who are arguably more popular. Cognacs are commonly made using one type of grape only which is called Ugni Blanc. Armagnac makes the most of using three additional types of grapes - Bacco, Folle blanche and Colombard. 

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Armagnac Baron de Lustrac 1990 43%
Bottles (1/70CL)
Duty Paid
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Price: £900.00
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A fine vintage Armangac from Baron de Lustrac, distilled in 1990 and aged in 420 litre oak barrels. For these releases we see only the finesteaux de vie used for the blending.
Rarissime Extra Vieille Armagnac Croix de Salles 40%
Bottles (1/70CL)
Duty Paid
Delivered By: Tomorrow (if ordered before 12PM)  
Price: £720.00
£600.00 ex VAT
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Style

  1. Other Spirits(2)

Country

  1. France(2)

Producer

  1. Baron de Lustrac(1)

Distillery

  1. Rarissime(1)

Region

  1. Armagnac(1)

A.B.V.

  1. 40%(1)
  2. 43%(1)

Age

  1. 1990(1)

Bottler

  1. Baron de Lustrac(1)
  2. Rarissime(1)

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