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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 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.

Laberdolive 1993

70cl, 46%
Laberdolive

This is a Bas Armagnac from Laberdolive, made using eaux-de-vie from Domaine de Jaurrey distilled back in 1993. Another addition to Laberdolive's extensive selection of single vintage Armagnac...  More info

Laberdolive 1993
$127.15

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
$171.39

Château de Lacquy 1996

70cl, 47%
Château de Lacquy

We're full of useful facts, just like this one: the 1996 vintage Armagnac from Château de Lacquy was made using 80% Baco and 20% Ugni Blanc grapes. We're also full of less relevant but just as useful…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1996
$123.84

Delord 1970 Bas-Armagnac

50cl, 40%
Delord

This is a 1970 vintage Bas-Armagnac from prolific producers Delord. Sure to appeal to the well-matured Armagnac aficionado in your life, especially if they were born in 1970s.  More info

Delord 1970 Bas-Armagnac
$121.64

Marcel Trépout 8 Year Old VSOP Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Marcel Trépout

From the historic Marcel Trépout House of Armagnac, (their stocks stretch far back into the 1900s and perhaps beyond), comes this VSOP expression. Although to be classified as a VSOP the Armagnac has…  More info

Marcel Trépout 8 Year Old  VSOP Armagnac
$56.01

Château de Laubade Extra Single Estate Bas Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Château de Laubade

A well-aged expression of single estate Bas Armagnac from Chateau de Laubade, which is made from eaux-de-vie which has matured for over 30 years. These have rested in traditional 400-litre oak casks,…  More info

Château de Laubade Extra Single Estate Bas Armagnac
$279.04

Château de Bordeneuve 3 Star Bas Armagnac

70cl, 41%
Bordeneuve

'Three Star' Bas-Armagnac doesn't need to be aged for over three years in oak casks, but this one from a top producer in the region's capital is.  More info

Château de Bordeneuve 3 Star Bas Armagnac
$37.11

Château de Bordeneuve VSOP Bas Armagnac

70cl, 41%
Bordeneuve

Aged for over five years in the capital of Bas-Armagnac, Maignan sur Eauze, this VSOP was produced by the Guasch family utilising the textbook sandy terroir.  More info

Château de Bordeneuve VSOP Bas Armagnac
$38.64

Comte de Lauvia 1973

70cl, 44.3%
Comte de Lauvia

A great gift for Armagnac enthusiasts born in 1973 - a 1973 vintage Armagnac from Comte de Lauvia's rather extensive collection.  More info

Comte de Lauvia 1973
$124.36

Château de Lacquy 1982

70cl, 44%
Château de Lacquy

This Château de Lacquy was distilled in 1982, using two varieties of grape - Baco and Ugni Blanc. It was bottled years later without blending the eaux-de-vie with any other vintages - fascinating…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1982
$267.10

Saint Christeau 1994 Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Saint Christeau

A 2013 bottling of single vintage Armaganc from the Saint Christeau range, distilled back in 1994. In case you didn't know, 1994 was the year that Forrest Gump was released, so it holds a special…  More info

Saint Christeau 1994 Armagnac
$56.53

Laberdolive 1960

70cl, 43%
Laberdolive

A single vintage Bas Armagnac from Laberdolive, distilled all the way back in 1960! Laberdolive have long been bottling long-aged Armagnac, and have a selection of mind-bogglingly old expressions.  More info

Laberdolive 1960
$573.82

Delord 1955 Vieil Armagnac

50cl, 40%
Delord

A very old vintage Armagnac from Delord produced from the grape harvest back in 1955! It was bottled almost six decades later in 2014.  More info

Delord 1955 Vieil Armagnac
$486.53

Laberdolive 1923

70cl, 40%
Laberdolive

An astonishingly old Armagnac from Laberdolive, distilled all the way back in 1923! Not only is it very rare to see such a long-aged Armagnac, this was also made only using the Folle Blanche grape…  More info

Laberdolive 1923
$1,593.98

Laberdolive 1995

70cl, 46%
Laberdolive

A 1995 vintage Bas Armagnac from Laberdolive, made using grapes grown in Domaine de Jaurrey. An interesting tipple for the Armagnac enthusiasts amongst us.  More info

Laberdolive 1995
$128.02

Baron de Sigognac 1970

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

An elegant 1970 vintage from renowned producer Baron de Sigognac. The story of Baron de Sigognac is fantastic. The legend goes that Baron de Sigognac was obsessed with time and the way his Armagnac…  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1970
$200.69

Domaine Boingnères 1972 Cépages Nobles

70cl, 47%
Domaine Boingnères

A cracking vintrage Armagnac from Domaine de Boingnères. This is a robust, full bodied, spicy spirit, distilled in 1972 from Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc and Colombard.  More info

Domaine Boingnères 1972 Cépages Nobles
$518.66

Domaine Boingnères 1981 Folle Blanche

70cl, 48%
Domaine Boingnères

Distilled exclusively from the Folle Blanche, this terrific 1981 vintage from Domaine Boingnères offers up plenty of spice and richness.  More info

Domaine Boingnères 1981 Folle Blanche
$360.86

Domaine Boingnères 1979 Cépages Nobles

70cl, 48%
Domaine Boingnères

The Armagnac from Domaine Boingnères are made using a combination of Ugni Blanc, Colombard and a healthy helping of Folle Blanche eaux-de-vie. This particular bottling is a single vintage expression,…  More info

Domaine Boingnères 1979 Cépages Nobles
$298.49

Baron de Sigognac 1984

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

A 1984 vintage Bas Armagnac from Baron de Sigonac. The Baron de Sigonac range is now controlled by the Guasch family, who also look after the distillation of Baron de Sigonac Armagnac.  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1984
$103.92

Baron de Sigognac 1978

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

Another very fine armagnac from Baron de Sigognac.  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1978
$136.50

Château du Tariquet Armagnac - 1970s

70cl, 40%
Château du Tariquet

An antique bottle from one of our favourite producers in Bas-Armagnac - Château du Tariquet. This bottle was part of a private collection. More detailed information and photographs of this item…  More info

Château du Tariquet Armagnac - 1970s
$199.03

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
$95.31

St. Vivant VSOP Armagnac - 1980s

70cl, 40%
Saint Vivant

This right here is a rare bottle of St. Vivant VSOP Armagnac, which we think was produced in the 1980s. The unique bottle shape is said to mimic those used by St. Vivant when he made Armagnac back in…  More info

St. Vivant VSOP Armagnac - 1980s
$199.03

Delord 1955 Bas-Armagnac

50cl, 40%
Delord

Bas-Armagnac from Delord, distilled decades ago! This is a 1955 vintage, which was (eventually) bottled in 2005. Sure to pique the interest of many Armagnac connoisseurs.  More info

Delord 1955 Bas-Armagnac
$486.53

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