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Armagnac

Armagnac is one of France’s oldest spirits. In fact, it was in production over 150 years before Cognac, and whilst Cognac’s popularity rather over-shadows its Gascon cousin, Armagnac brandy (for, it is a brandy) is one of the world’s most stunning drinks - it’s an elegant, if slightly rustic, eau-de-vie. The Armagnac region lies in the Pays de Gascogne in the southwest of France. The area possesses a rich culture and the landscape is beautiful and widely cultivated for farming. The most popular grape varietals used in the production of Armagnac include Ugni Blanc, Bacco, Folle Blanche and Colombard and the region is divided into three appellations; Bas, Haut and Ténarèze.

Armagnac is singly distilled in an Alembic pot still and this makes for an initially rough spirit which, with age, becomes earthy, robust and full-bodied.

The vast majority of Armagnac produces are farmers who distil a little spirit every year to provide extra income and an enjoyable libation for themselves, but their product is seldom sold outside the reaches of their local towns and villages. There are only a few world-famous Armagnac distillers and Château du Tariquet is perhaps the best known.

Samalens 1996 Bas Armagnac

70cl, 42%
Samalens

This snazzy bottle right here is a 1996 vintage Bas Armagnac from Samalens, an Armagnac house which has been in the business of making brill brandies since 1882. Safe to say that in this time they've…  More info

Samalens 1996 Bas Armagnac
$106.27

Baron de Sigognac 1968

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

"Golly, look at the handsome bottle of Armagnac. When it it distilled?" you may find yourself asking as you metaphorically wander the Armagnac section of Master of Malt. Well, dear visitor, we can…  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1968
$228.43

Château de Léberon 1987

50cl, 49.9%
Château de Léberon

1987 vintage Armagnac from Château de Léberon, which they have interestingly bottled at 49.9% ABV. The majority of Armagnac you see these days is bottled at the standard 40%, so we're always rather…  More info

Château de Léberon 1987
$140.84

Baron de Sainte-Fauste 10 Year Old Bas Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sainte-Fauste

A delightful 10 year old Bas Armagnac from Baron de Sainte-Fauste. Produced using a majority of Ugni Blanc and a smaller portion of Baco grapes, it is distilled in a traditional copper alembic still.…  More info

Baron de Sainte-Fauste 10 Year Old Bas Armagnac
$61.29

Baron de Sigognac 1986 70cl

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

A 70cl bottling of this stunning vintage Armagnac from Baron de Sigognac, in the Bas Armagnac region.  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1986 70cl
$88.11

Château de Laubade XO Bas Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Château de Laubade

An XO Armagnac from Chateau de Laubade in the Bas region. The Chateau was built in the region in 1870 and has been run by the Lesgourgues family since 1974. Rich and sweet, with nutty notes, stewed…  More info

Château de Laubade XO Bas Armagnac
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$56.18

Laberdolive 12 Year Old Bas-Armagnac Terre-Bouc

70cl, 40%
Laberdolive

12 year old Armagnac from the Bas region, produced by the highly respected Laberdolive House, which has been making brandy for over 100 years. As such, expect a very well crafted Armagnac, made by…  More info

Laberdolive 12 Year Old Bas-Armagnac Terre-Bouc
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$316.90

Baron de Sigognac 1961

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

Behold, a 1961 vintage Bas Armagnac from Baron de Sigognac, a long-running, family-owned Armagnac house which has produced a whole load of impressively well-aged spirits alongside a host of classic…  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1961
$449.79

Darroze 49 Year Old 1968 Domaine De Bellair - Unique Collection

70cl, 43%
Darroze

This right here is a 49 year old Bas Armagnac from Darroze's Unique Collection, produced at Domaine De Bellair. Fancy trying some old Armagnac from a producer we'd be unlikely to have discovered…  More info

Darroze 49 Year Old 1968 Domaine De Bellair - Unique Collection
$291.79

Château de Léberon 1984

50cl, 44%
Château de Léberon

1984 vintage Armagnac, produced by the wonderful Château de Léberon (whom only ever release single vintage expression that have aged for at least 20 years). Delicious and intriguing, with a robust…  More info

Château de Léberon 1984
$181.91

Domaine de Gachot 1980

70cl, 45%
Domaine de Gachot

This tremendous Bas Armagnac was distilled in 1980 at Chateau de Bordeneuve, near Éauze – the historical centre of the Bas Armagnac region. Produced from a combination of Ugni Blanc and Baco grapes,…  More info

Domaine de Gachot 1980
$158.41

Darroze Grands Assemblages 8 Year Old Bas-Armagnac

70cl, 43%
Darroze

An 8 year old Armagnac from Darroze in the Bas Armagnac region for their Grand Assemblage series, which features the spirit bottled at different ages at around 43% abv (some of the older expressions…  More info

Darroze Grands Assemblages 8 Year Old Bas-Armagnac
$56.01

Marquis de Montesquiou 1989

70cl, 44.7%
Marquis de Montesquiou

This single vintage Armagnac from excellent producer Marquis de Montesquiou was distilled back in 1989. This comes from a range of single vintage releases, which is somewhat uncommon in the world of…  More info

Marquis de Montesquiou 1989
$94.04

Delord 1975 Bas-Armagnac

50cl, 40%
Delord

From Delord's extensive range of single-vintage Armagnac releases comes a 1975 expression - a perfect gift for any Armagnac aficionado, though perhaps a significant one for those born in 1975.  More info

Delord 1975 Bas-Armagnac
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$81.78

Château de Laubade Signature Bas Armagnac (42%)

70cl, 42%
Château de Laubade

The delightful Château de Laubade Signature Bas Armagnac, but at slightly weightier 42% ABV instead? Sign me up!  More info

Château de Laubade Signature Bas Armagnac (42%)
$30.62
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Samaroli Bas Armagnac 1946

70cl, 41.4%
Samaroli

An exceptionally special Bas Armagnac from Samaroli, distilled all the way back in 1946 – yes, 1946! It's as complex as you'd expect, full of ripe fruit, plum, hazelnut, and resinous wood. Only 85…  More info

Samaroli Bas Armagnac 1946
$1,600.32

Laberdolive 1976

70cl, 44%
Laberdolive

Single vintage Bas Armagnac from Laberdolive, distilled all the way back in 1976. The eaux-de-vie for this release came from Domaine de Jaurrey and was matured until 2016, when it was bottled at 44%.  More info

Laberdolive 1976
$305.05

Marcel Trépout Apotheose 30 Year Old Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Marcel Trépout

Well-aged Armagnac is always a treat, and Marcel Trépout just happens to be particularly talented at producing it. This expression has been matured for 30 years, allowing its flavour profile to…  More info

Marcel Trépout Apotheose 30 Year Old Armagnac
$102.17

Château de Lacquy 1999

70cl, 45%
Château de Lacquy

Château de Lacquy is one of the oldest family properties to produce Armagnac. This 100% Baco grape-based expression from Chateau de Lacquy was distilled in 1999 and was matured in French oak to…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1999
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$137.96

Baron De Sigognac 50 Year Old Decanter

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

50 year old Armagnac from Baron De Sigognac, who have a large archive of well-aged spirits from years gone by.  More info

Baron De Sigognac 50 Year Old Decanter
$419.12

Laberdolive 1986

70cl, 46%
Laberdolive

Here's yet another smashing bottling of single vintage Bas Armagnac from Laberdolive's extensive range. This one was made exclusively with eaux-de-vie distilled in 1986 using grapes from Domaine de…  More info

Laberdolive 1986
$181.96

Domaine Boingnères Cépages Nobles

70cl, 48%
Domaine Boingnères

Bas Armagnac from Domaine Boingnères, a producer which was founded in 1807, and has maintained its quality over 6 generations.  More info

Domaine Boingnères Cépages Nobles
$102.17

Laberdolive 1989

70cl, 46%
Laberdolive

A 1989 vintage Bas Armagnac, made with eaux-de-vie produced using fruits from Domaine de Jaurrey, bottled in 2015 by Laberdoline. This joins their extensive collection of single vintage Armagnac,…  More info

Laberdolive 1989
$173.44

Château de Bordeneuve Domaine de Guilhombeyrie 1960 Bas Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Bordeneuve

The family run Château de Bordeneuve is renowned for its collection of vintage Armagnacs, slowly ageing in its historic cellars – the oldest of which was built in 1840 (and the oldest Armagnac in…  More info

Château de Bordeneuve Domaine de Guilhombeyrie 1960 Bas Armagnac
$766.69

Domaine Boingnères 1986 Folle Blanche

70cl, 49%
Domaine Boingnères

1986 vintage Bas Armagnac from Domaine Boingnères, made exclusively with the Folle Blanche grape, which doesn't get used all that much. Domaine Boingnères are well know for using healthy helpings of…  More info

Domaine Boingnères 1986 Folle Blanche
$251.35

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