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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.

Baron de Lustrac 1968

70cl, 40%
Baron de Lustrac

Armagnac from Baron de Lustrac, distilled in 1968 - the same year that 2001: a Space Odyssey was released in cinemas, making everyone slightly unsettled by placid-sounding robots and large statues of…  More info

Baron de Lustrac 1968
$176.91

Delord 1998 Bas-Armagnac

50cl, 40%
Delord

The year is 1998. France have won the World Cup. That one Fatboy Slim song has been dominating the radio airwaves. You've seen Blade in cinemas. What happens now? Well, the next logical step is for…  More info

Delord 1998 Bas-Armagnac
$51.77

Lalanne et Fils VSOP - 1970s

70cl, 46%
Lalanne et Fils

We reckon this bottle of Lalanne et Fils VSOP Bas Armagnac was produced way back in the 1970s. Some absolutely fantastic fonts used on the label of this rare bottle - they're so ornate that they're…  More info

Lalanne et Fils VSOP - 1970s
$199.03

Janneau VSOP (Boxed) - 1970s

Janneau

VSOP Armagnac from the long-running Jannuae range, produced in the 1970s and with its original presentation box! Both the bottle and box feature a portrait of Janneau's founder, Pierre Etienne…  More info

Janneau VSOP (Boxed) - 1970s
$199.03

B. Gélas & Fils Armagnac Vieux - 1970s

70cl, 40%
Gelas

A handsome presentation of Armagnac from B. Gélas & Fils, produced in the 1970s. Sadly this bottle has become quite dusty over the years and a label has been torn slightly, but that doesn't stop it…  More info

B. Gélas & Fils Armagnac Vieux - 1970s
$199.03

Clés des Ducs Extra Grande Réserve 21 Year Old - 1990s

70cl, 40%
Clés des Ducs

A bottle of 21 year old Armagnac from Clés des Ducs, released in the 1990s. Very cool indeed. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!  More info

Clés des Ducs Extra Grande Réserve 21 Year Old - 1990s
$265.38

Clés des Ducs 3 Star Armagnac - 1970s

70cl, 40%
Clés des Ducs

A three star Armagnac from Clés des Ducs from the 1970s, rather fabulous bottled and stunningly packaged in this striking presentation box - you might just find this beauty makes for a key addition…  More info

Clés des Ducs 3 Star Armagnac - 1970s
$199.03

Janneau XO - 1990s

70cl, 40%
Janneau

XO Armagnac from renowned producer, Janneau, which we think was bottled in the 1990s. A great piece for that antique Armagnac collection you've got going. This bottle was part of a private…  More info

Janneau XO - 1990s
$132.69

Kressmann 3 Star - 1960s

75cl, 40%
Kressmann

A very handsome antique bottle of Kressmann 3 Star Armagnac, which we reckon was produced back in the 1960s. This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just…  More info

Kressmann 3 Star - 1960s
$238.84

J de Malliac Hors d'Âge Armagnac - 1970s

70cl, 0%
J de Malliac

This is an old bottling of J de Malliac's Hors d'Âge Armagnac, which we think was produced in the 1970s. The years have not been kind of the label of this antique bottle, and subsequently it has been…  More info

J de Malliac Hors d'Âge Armagnac - 1970s
$199.03

Janneau Fondateur VSOP - 1970s

68cl, 40%
Janneau

From the brilliant Armagnac producer Janneau (they're still around today, and still making stunning Armagnac) comes a 1970s bottling of their Fondateur VSOP. It was named after Janneau's founder,…  More info

Janneau Fondateur VSOP - 1970s
$238.84

B. Gélas & Fils VSOP - 1970s

68cl, 40%
Gelas

A bottle of VSOP Armagnac, produced by B. Gélas & Fils back in the 1970s. The Gélas named dates back to 1865 in the Armagnac world, when founder Baptiste Gélas turned his father's cooperage into the…  More info

B. Gélas & Fils VSOP - 1970s
$238.84

Domaine d'Ognoas Bas-Armagnac (2.5L) - 1971

250cl, 45%
Domaine d'Ognoas

This is a big ol' bottle of Bas Armagnac from Domaine d'Ognoas, which we believe to have been released in 1971. Domaine d'Ognoas are still producing Armagnac today, and even continue to use the same…  More info

Domaine d'Ognoas Bas-Armagnac (2.5L) - 1971
$1,592.26

Baron Gaston Legrand 1995 Bas Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Baron Gaston Legrand

This Bas Armagnac distilled in 1995 by Baron Gaston Legrand promises to be another knockout single vintage expression at an absolutely brilliant price point!  More info

Baron Gaston Legrand 1995 Bas Armagnac
$84.97

Baron Gaston Legrand 1994 Bas Armagnac

70cl, 40%
Baron Gaston Legrand

Another impressive Bas Armagnac from Baron Gaston Legrand at a great price that's delicious and beautifully presented. You can't really ask for more than that.  More info

Baron Gaston Legrand 1994 Bas Armagnac
$86.01

Château de Lacquy 2004 Magnum (1.5L)

150cl, 48%
Château de Lacquy

A release of Château de Lacquy 2004 would be good news regardless, but this one has the extra benefit of being presented in a magnum bottle! You can celebrate this good news by settling down with…  More info

Château de Lacquy 2004 Magnum (1.5L)
$217.98

Château de Lacquy 1977 Magnum (1.5L)

150cl, 43%
Château de Lacquy

A whole magnum bottle of single vintage Armagnac from Château de Lacquy, distilled all the way back in 1977! Undeniably cool.  More info

Château de Lacquy 1977 Magnum (1.5L)
$715.14

Château de Lacquy 1982 Magnum (1.5L)

150cl, 44%
Château de Lacquy

If you're a big fan of Château de Lacquy, you'll likely want to get your hands on a big bottle of their delicious single vintage Armagnac - and you're in luck. We've got a magnum bottle of their 1982…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1982 Magnum (1.5L)
$560.05

Château de Lacquy 1987 Magnum (1.5L)

150cl, 45%
Château de Lacquy

Single vintage Bas Armagnac from Château de Lacquy, a house that has been in the Armagnac game for over 300 years, and owned by the same family for that whole time! This is a magnum bottle of their…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1987 Magnum (1.5L)
$448.03

Château de Lacquy 1992 Magnum (1.5L)

150cl, 44%
Château de Lacquy

A whole magnum bottle of Château de Lacquy's 1992 vintage Bas Armaganc, which they created using a combination of 80% Baco and 20% Ugni Blanc eaux-de-vie.  More info

Château de Lacquy 1992 Magnum (1.5L)
$353.26

Château de Lacquy 1972

70cl, 43%
Château de Lacquy

Château de Lacquy has been owned by the same family for over 300 years - so you can expect some smashing stuff from their single vintage Armagnac. This particular expression was made exclusively…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1972
$427.93

Château de Lacquy 1977

70cl, 43%
Château de Lacquy

This is a long-aged, single vintage Bas Armagnac from the Château de Lacquy, which was distilled all the way back in 1977. That's the same year that Television released their phenomenal album,…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1977
$344.64

Château de Lacquy 1987

70cl, 45%
Château de Lacquy

A 1987 vintage Armagnac, produced by Château de Lacquy exclusively using the Baco grape variety. This one is enjoyably spicy, with a core of festive spices surrounded by floral elements.  More info

Château de Lacquy 1987
$215.41

Château de Lacquy 1992

70cl, 44%
Château de Lacquy

One of the selection of single vintage Armagnacs from Château de Lacquy's extensive cellars. This particular expression was crafted exclusively using eaux-de-vie distilled in 1992, comprising of 80%…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1992
$175.77

Château de Lacquy 3 Year Old Magnum (1.5L)

150cl, 40.5%
Château de Lacquy

Château de Lacquy made their 3 year old Armagnac using the Folle Blanche grape, which isn't often seen in Armagnac production. An interesting tipple - and what's more, it comes presented in a magnum…  More info

Château de Lacquy 3 Year Old Magnum (1.5L)
$112.02

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