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Ducastaing Cuvée Bernard VII XO

(70cl, 40%)

Ducastaing Cuvée Bernard VII XO

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Ducastaing Bernard VII XO Bottling Note

Ducastaing's named this XO Armagnac Bernard VII, which is a perfectly lovely name. If you dig a bit deeper, however, (the journalist in me never dies), you'll see that ol' Bernie* was Count of Armagnac in the 12th and 13th Century, so there's perhaps a bit more meaning to the name of this Armagnac other than just Ducastaing thinking it was perfectly nice name (which it is).

Ducastaing Cuvée Bernard VII XO is made entirely from Folle Blanche grapes, an obscure and rapidly declining grape variety that tends to produce light and acidic wines.

*There's no historical evidence he was ever called this. None whatsoever.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Violets and cinnamon bring spice to herbaceous tobacco, Brazil nuts, green apples and liquorice root.

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Ducastaing Cuvée Bernard VII XO Reviews

Lightly spiced with fresh fruit

Interesting bottle. Unfortunately with a poor quality cork that was damaged so not sure if this influenced the taste.

Quite a light taste agree with tasting notes of green apples, nuts and subtle spice.

2nd March 2018

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