• Darroze 1968 Domaine De Bellair Bas-Armagnac

Bottled: April 2018 50 yrs in Oak Barrels. 60% Baco, 40% Ugni Blanc.  Aromas in the nose are remarkably fresh and young, which gives to their armagnac an unusual character for this age. Candied fruits, brioche toast. Youthful on the palate, good length. Distillery Notes

43% ABV

Francis Darroze – initiated by his father Jean Darroze, famous chef from Villeneuve de Marsan – and his son Marc, roam the estates on the best terroirs, that of the Bas Armagnac and its tawny sands, to select, cultivate and bottle the most beautiful discoveries. Around forty estates contribute to this extraordinary collection that complete and perfect their ageing in the Roquefort cellars. Rare and ancient barrels, or eaux-de-vies from the alambic from a small property, distilled by a reputed mobile distiller and that require several decades of subtle and careful ageing in oak barrels for them to express the qualities of the place and the vintage. Distillery Notes

Darroze 1968 Domaine De Bellair Bas-Armagnac

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