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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.

Baron de Lustrac 1977

70cl, 40%
Baron de Lustrac

An impressively well-matured Armagnac from Baron de Lustrac, distilled all the way back in 1977. Perhaps you know an Armagnac enthusiast born in 1977 that would greatly appreciate an Armagnac from…  More info

Baron de Lustrac 1977
$132.14

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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$135.90

Baron de Sigognac 25 Year Old

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

An excellent 25-year-old Armagnac from Baron de Sigognac.  More info

Baron de Sigognac 25 Year Old
$135.93

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
$136.95

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
$138.74

Marquis de Montesquiou 1976

70cl, 42.3%
Marquis de Montesquiou

Very old and incredibly handsome Armagnac from Marquis de Montesquiou. This one was distilled all the way back in 1976 and has been deemed worth of releasing as a single vintage expression. Good job,…  More info

Marquis de Montesquiou 1976
$143.96

Château de Léberon 1988

50cl, 44.9%
Château de Léberon

Single vintage Armagnac from the experts at Château de Léberon! But which vintage, you ask? 1988 was the year that this expression was distilled, back when people wore pyjamas and lived life slow.…  More info

Château de Léberon 1988
$146.01

Janneau Armagnac 1982

70cl, 43%
Janneau

Delicious single vintage Armagnac from the Janneau house, distilled back in 1982. This ought to make for a great birthday gift for someone born in 1982, or as an anniversary gift... Well, actually,…  More info

Janneau Armagnac 1982
$147.02

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
$150.75

Baron de Sigognac 1977

70cl, 40%
Baron de Sigognac

Vintage Armagnac makes a great gift for enthusiasts of the traditional French brandy - and it's often rather good value-for-money considering how far back some of the vintages stretch. This one from…  More info

Baron de Sigognac 1977
$151

Château de Lacquy 1996

70cl, 45%
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
$151

Darroze Grands Assemblages 40 Year Old Bas-Armagnac

70cl, 43%
Darroze

The 40 year old Bas-Armagnac from the Darroze 'Les Grands Assemblages' range, which spans decades and decades. At 40 years old, the oak ageing has had quite an effect on the eaux-de-vie, with…  More info

Darroze Grands Assemblages 40 Year Old Bas-Armagnac
$151.04

Marquis de Montesquiou Millésime 1967

70cl, 44.8%
Marquis de Montesquiou

A 1967 vintage from Marquis de Montesquiou of Eauze, the capital of Armagnac. It was bottled in 2000.  More info

Marquis de Montesquiou Millésime 1967
$155.24

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
$156.04

Baron de Lustrac 1970

70cl, 40%
Baron de Lustrac

It takes the finest eaux de vie to create Baron de Lustrac’s vintage Armagnacs. After distillation they are placed in 420 litre oak barrels. The oak calms the more feisty brandy of the eaux de vie…  More info

Baron de Lustrac 1970
$156.09

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
$170.86

Marquis de Montesquiou Millésime 1965

70cl, 46.4%
Marquis de Montesquiou

Vintage Bas-Armagnac dating from the harvest of 1965 from Marquis de Montesquiou, matured in French oak barrels.  More info

Marquis de Montesquiou Millésime 1965
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$176.17

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
$179.20

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
$179.24

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
$186.30

Château de Léberon 1979

50cl, 46%
Château de Léberon

Château de Léberon are one of a small number of Armagnac producers that only release single vintage expressions - which is always an exciting prospect! This particular bottling was made with…  More info

Château de Léberon 1979
$189.74

Baron de Lustrac 1967

70cl, 40%
Baron de Lustrac

Baron de Lustrac are specialists in releasing fantastic Armagnac from vintages that date back many decades. This particular release is a 1967 vintage, which was distilled in the same year that Cool…  More info

Baron de Lustrac 1967
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$191.33

Château de Lacquy 1991

70cl, 45%
Château de Lacquy

A Bas Armagnac from Château de Lacquy, distilled in 1991 (the same year as Primal Scream's 'Screamadelica' was released - no real connection between the two, but it's a good album never-the-less) and…  More info

Château de Lacquy 1991
$196.32

Château de Lacquy 1988

70cl, 47%
Château de Lacquy

This is a 1988 Bas Armagnac from the excellent Château de Lacquy. It was distilled the same year that Die Hard was released in cinemas, which begs the questions: does that make this a Christmas drink?  More info

Château de Lacquy 1988
$206.43

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)
$207

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