Dartigalongue 1974 Bas Armagnac Cl 70
Founded by Pascal Dartigalongue under the reign of Louis Philippe in 1838, Maison Dartigalongue is the oldest House producing Bas Armagnac. Based in Nogaro, in the heart of Bas Armagnac, only wines from this area, reputed to be the best for the refinement of its Cru, are distilled.
0.70 l bottle in wooden box
The Gers and Landes straddle adopts the continuous still at 58% vol and the “Charantais” system, which is recognized by the 1972 decree as being of superior quality due to the elimination of impurities and the consequent achievement of a more refined and elegant spirit. Aged a minimum of 7-8 years, it is made in new (30 percent) 400-liter Guasconia oak barrels.
Ugni Blanc, Baco and Folle Blanche
On the nose, spices, white flowers and dried fruit ennoble the taste. On the palate, silky tannins give superb length and remarkable freshness if one dwells on the elapsed time of the vintage.