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Comte de Lauvia Armagnac

Comte de Lauvia is a traditional armagnac maker in Gascony, Southwest France. Armagnac is France's oldest spirit. It's less known than cognac but loved for its history and taste. Comte de Lauvia stands for this tradition and quality.

Armagnac's history goes back to the 14th century. Comte de Lauvia connects to this past. Their house is in the Bas Armagnac region, known for its excellent soil for grape growing.

Comte de Lauvia uses a continuous column still for distilling. This method helps make a fuller, more fruity and floral spirit than cognac. The Armagnac then ages in French oak barrels. This adds flavours like vanilla, spice, and nuts. The ageing process is key to developing the Armagnac's taste.

Blending is an art here. Their master blender mixes different aged Armagnacs. This creates a balanced and smooth drink. The blending needs a deep knowledge of how different tastes combine.

Comte de Lauvia has vintage Armagnacs from a single year and aged blends. These include VSOP and Hors d’Age, often aged over a decade. Their range shows the variety of Armagnac, from fresh and fruity to deep and spicy.

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