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Darroze 1941 Le Luxe Gascon Bas Armagnac

  • Darroze 1941 Le Luxe Gascon Bas Armagnac

Darroze 1941 Le Luxe Gascon Bas Armagnac

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  • SKU #: 10350
  • $3,000.00


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Darroze 1941 Le Luxe Gascon Bas Armagnac

  • Availability: In Stock
  • Quantity Available: 1
  • SKU #: 10350
  • $3,000.00


Please note: this item does not qualify for shipping.
In-store pickup only.


Darroze 1941 Le Luxe Gascon Bas Armagnac

Gold color, brown tints. The nose is very generous, with notes of candied fruits (tangerine, prune) and tobacco. The second nose offers aromas of crème brûlée, honey and brioche. On the palate, this Armagnac remains very lively and fresh. There are notes of honey, dried apricot, chocolate mint. The finish never ends. Superb. Marc Darroze

The crystal carafes are made by Waltersperger in Normandy. They were designed to specifications by the Darroze family, each bottles is blown by mouth. The corks stoppers were created by woodworker Cyril Larrouy from the Pyrenees mountains.

Carafe #40 of 82 bottles. 43% ABV

About the Luxe Gascon, this is a very special range and Armagnacs are not selected within the Unique Collection properties.

They are very small treasures that were found by Marc Darroze along his journey hunting Armagnacs : Most of the time, these exceptional small batches were made by someone's grandfather our great-uncle, that Marc had to chance to discover but this is why we don't even know the blend for sure. This is the magic of Armagnac : from generation to generation, old Armagnacs were stored and treasured in oak in cellars, or in Dame-Jeannes (large 30 to 50 litre glass bottles). Wonderful Armagnacs, as rare as they are full of history. Marc (Darroze), driven by the values of authenticity and excellence, wished to highlight some of these hidden treasures in this limited series entitled ‘Luxe Gascon’.

About the length of time each vintage spent in barrel verse Demi-Jeanne each box contains a certificate like the one attached for the 1941 that tells you when it was distilled, and when it was "mis en Carafe" meaning bottled in Dame-Jeanne. So for the 1941, it aged for 65 years in aok (from 1941 to 2006) and then in Dame-Jeanne from 2006 to the moment we bottled it in the final cristal Carafe, knowing that the ageing process (and the evaporation) almost stops from the moment it leaves oak to glass.

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