Bas-Armagnac Millesimes & Tradition
Bas-Armagnac Millesimes & Tradition
After about 10 years in barrel, the true quality of Armagnac from continuous still emerges; it is at this point that all the balance, complexity and roundness one expects from a quality spirit begins to come through. Millesimes & Tradition keep different vintage and varietal distillates separate allowing for the possibility of not only vintage-dated Armagnac but also varietal vintage Armagnac.
  • Producer Bas-Armagnac
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
  • Alcohol Content 80 Proof
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Bernard Boutinet Pineau des Charentes Blanc
Bernard Boutinet Pineau des Charentes Blanc

A sweet aperitif from the Cognac region of France. It is made by blending unfermented grape juice with Cognac to achieve a blend that approximates a fortified wine in alcoholic strength and sweetness. It has a clear straw color with … Continued

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Bernard Boutinet Pineau des Charentes Rouge
Bernard Boutinet Pineau des Charentes Rouge
 
  • Producer Bernard Boutinet
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
  • Alcohol Content 
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Chateau D’Arlay Vin de Liquer Macvin, Blanc
Chateau D’Arlay Vin de Liquer Macvin, Blanc
(Available in 375mL) One of the most unusual wine estates in France is Chateau d'Arlay, an historic property that was acquired by the Laguiche family in 1960. They own 74 acres in the Cotes du Jura (a largely forgotten appellation) planted with everything from Pinot Noir to such indigenous grapes as Trusseau [sic], Poulsard and Savagnin as well as the more common Chardonnay. The wines are often released very late, and one of their specialties is their Vin Jaune, a sensational wine that makes a great accompaniment with foie gras. However, that cuvee is too expensive to include in this report. A white wine blended with liqueur, usually made from equal parts Chardonnay and Savagnin mixed with brandy. A powerhouse with 17% alcohol, it is aged for seven years in cask before being released.
  • Producer Château d’Arlay
  • Country Hierarchy Macvin du Jura, France
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Chateau D’Arlay Vin de Liqueur Macvin, Rouge
Chateau D’Arlay Vin de Liqueur Macvin, Rouge
(Available in 375mL) One of the most unusual wine estates in France is Chateau d'Arlay, an historic property that was acquired by the Laguiche family in 1960. They own 74 acres in the Cotes du Jura (a largely forgotten appellation) planted with everything from Pinot Noir to such indigenous grapes as Trusseau [sic], Poulsard and Savagnin as well as the more common Chardonnay. The wines are often released very late, and one of their specialties is their Vin Jaune, a sensational wine that makes a great accompaniment with foie gras. However, that cuvee is too expensive to include in this report. Two-thirds Pinot Noir blended with one-third brandy. Aged four years in cask followed by one year in old oak before being released.
  • Producer Château d’Arlay
  • Country Hierarchy Macvin du Jura, France
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Clos Martin Armagnac VSOP 8yr
Clos Martin Armagnac VSOP 8yr
For a Very Superior Old Pale Armagnac (VSOP), the law requires a minimum aging of 4 years. Clos Martin's VSOP Armagnac ages in oak barrels for at least 8 years before blending. The blend of Baco and Ugni-Blanc varieties makes this Armagnac perfectly full bodied with fruit, wood and mineral notes. It is perfect neat, as an after-dinner drink, or in cocktails such as a twist on Manhattan or Vieux Carré.
  • Producer Clos Martin
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
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Clos Martin Armagnac XO 15yr
Clos Martin Armagnac XO 15yr
For an Extra Old Armagnac (XO), the law requires a minimum aging of 6 years. Clos Martin's XO Armagnac is aged in oak barrels for at least 15 years before blending. The blend of Baco and Ugni-Blanc varieties gives this Armagnac a roundness and mellowness that makes it a perfect digestif.
  • Producer Clos Martin
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
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Reviseur VS Cognac
Reviseur VS Cognac
Golden color. At first the nose is very fresh and brings hints of plum and almond that evolves to notes of leather. It is light, well balanced and pleasant in the mouth.
  • Producer Reviseur
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
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Reviseur VSOP Cognac
Reviseur VSOP Cognac
Old gold color with amber highlights. The nose is fruity and elegant with a touch of spice that is followed by woody and toasted notes and a pronounced touch of leather. The mouth is full with elegance and a clean finish.
  • Producer Reviseur
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
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Reviseur XO Cognac
Reviseur XO Cognac
Gold color with amber highlights. The nose has notes of vanilla and wood that is then followed by an elegant rancio with lovely aromas of dried fruits. The mouth is supple and gives licorice, rancio and a lovely length.
  • Producer Reviseur
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
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Sempé Armagnac Grand Reserve
Sempé Armagnac Grand Reserve
This blend contains Armagnacs as old as 30 years, with the youngest being 15 years. The Grande Reserve has an ample and fruity nose with woody notes on the palate, growing slowly spicy on the finish.
  • Producer Sempé
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
  • Alcohol Content 84 Proof
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Sempé Armagnac VSOP
Sempé Armagnac VSOP
The Armagnac included in this blend comes from the Bas-Armagnac and Ténarèze regions. Aged much longer than other VSOP Armagnacs. Distilled once in a copper pot still to deliver its breadth of quality flavors, it contains a strong concentration of prunes, plums, and violets on the nose.
  • Producer Sempé
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
  • Alcohol Content 80 Proof
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Sempé Armagnac XO 15yr
Sempé Armagnac XO 15yr
This blend is made from specially selected Armagnacs that have been aged for at least 15 years. This exclusive blend has a smooth finish and an attractive gold color, with superb texture and bouquet.
  • Producer Sempé
  • Country Hierarchy Cognac, France
  • Alcohol Content 80 Proof
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