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"Vintages are typical in Armagnac and Dartigalongue has an impressive collection. The best sommeliers in the world choose Dartigalongue and dinners are regularly built around their Armagnacs. Menus from top Parisien establishments, including the Moulin Rouge, adorn the walls of the company’s museum that also boasts an awe inspiring number of documents from the beginning of the company’s creation."
This 1998 Vintage was aged for 15 years in Oak barrels.
A superb Vintage of the Dartigalongue 1992 harvest. Aged for 21 years in Oak barrels. *'Gold' Best Wines & Spirits Asia 2013.
XO is a blend of several vintages aged from 10 to 20 years matured in oak barrels. Dartigalongue XO Bas Armagnac, displays a complex nose of caramel, toasted almond, nougat and dried fruit. The medium-bodied, fruit-forward palate is accented by hints of tobacco, cedar and mineral which linger through the finish. ".. The flavor puts on an incredible display of understated power and sheer elegnace… the finish is medium long, poised, vanilla-like and even honeyed… a supremely confident, multi-layered brandy whose calling card is its graceful demeanor." BEST BUY, F. Paul Pacult.
The Vintage 1989 shows a clear amber colour; the nose has woody, spicy aromas with scents of candied fruits (crystallized orange). The palate develops aromas of pastry (caramel, vanilla, cream). An unctuous brandy with well-integrated tannins, and a very pleasant length.
A superb Vintage of the Dartigalongue 1982 harvest. Aged for 33 years in Oak barrels. *'Gold Medal' Catavinum World Spirits Competition 2013.
A collection of several outstanding vintages, aged in Oak barrels for a minimum of 15 years. "Sometimes you run across something that is so good it's unbelievable. This is a 15 year old Armagnac that drinks like a 50 year old Cognac. Aromas leap out of the glass and fill the entire room. If you happen to see this at a bar, order it, and watch all the heads turn in your direction to get a better smell"
At 25 years or more matured in oak barrels, this Armagnac is exceptional. Beautiful amber, deep colour with bronze shades. Exceptional nose with aromas of spices, moka, vanilla and a hint of mango.
Since 1838, Dartigalongue have aged in their cellar eaux-de-vie from the noblest origin, the Bas-Armagnac. They have selected from the collection of old Armagnac, four vintages which express all their qualities by being tasted in superior degrees to 40% abv. "We have selected the 1989 Vintage, Single Cask, 45% abv for its aromas of pastry cooks (caramel, vanilla, cream) smooth eau-de-vie, the tannins are well integrated, with a very beautiful long aftertaste, and is intended for connoisseurs who appreciate this eaux-de-vie's allying power and roundness"
A 38 year old exceptional Armagnac at a fantastic price, "a must have". Multi award winning Dartigalongue distillery.
A superb Vintage of the Dartigalongue 1974 harvest. Aged for 40 years in Oak barrels. "Top 10 Armagnacs," Wine Enthusiast, April 2007.
Blend of several vintages aged from more than 30 years in oak barrels. Armagnac toned and shimmering deep amber. The palate is fresh , round and balanced. The flavors are deep and melted. Prunes and spices. The long finish in the mouth is powerful with aromas.
A superb Vintage of the Dartigalongue 1970 harvest. Aged for 44 years in Oak barrels. *'Gold' Best French Spirits, Hong-Kong 2014.
A special blend of Armagnac over 35 years old created to celebrate the 170th anniversary of the house. Blending Bas-Armagnac from 1974 & 1976 Vintages (70%-30%), the grapes used are Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc and Baco. "its intense amber color unveils a candied fruits flavor, with delicacy, followed by an enchanting foretaste of white flowers, candied fruits (black fig) and crushed almonds for a lasting velvet finale"