Long ageing in old and new wood adds a powerful complexity on the nose, well balanced by floral plum notes. Very good balance in the mouth, endowed with a smooth vanilla flavour and notes of dried, almost crystallised fruits. Grown on sandy soils in the heart of the Bas Armagnac this Armagnac spends six months in new oak followed by a seven year period in old oak.
Coppery topaz in the glass with a characterful, intense, vibrant nose showing candied chestnut and dried currants mingled with luscious oaky notes of cigar box and sandalwood. Very mellow, complex palate
V.S. � �Very Superior� � is the youngest grading for cognac and Armagnac. Matured in Gascon oak, the nose displays distinctive vanilla oak. Young and light in colour, but possessing great complexity on the palate and a distinctive earthy character. Warm spirit finish. A serious alternative to cognac.
A brilliant pale yellow. Delicate on the nose with a woody, vanilla character and a hint of port or sherry. Notes of rose petals, dried fruits and hazelnut, almond and walnut. Supple and velvety on the palate with an intense floral aroma and a touch of spice and liquorice. A long, lingering finish.