- Alcohol %: 40%
- Taste: flowers, rancio, round, elegant, harmonious, fruity, fleshy, fat texture, pear, candied fruits, spices
- Food Matching: Dark chocolate desserts, Cigar pairing, Dried fruits and nuts, Blue cheese
- Grape Variety: Ugni Blanc : 58%, Colombard : 16%, Folle-Blanche : 14%, Baco : 12%,
This 1981 vintage from the esteemed Armagnac region of France offers a symphony of sensory delights. The nose is graced with floral notes, a touch of rancio, and a whisper of alcohol, leading to a palate that is both round and elegant. Harmonious and fruity, it boasts a luscious texture that is both fleshy and rich. On the palate, one can discern the succulence of pear, the sweetness of candied fruits, and a sprinkle of spices, culminating in a satisfyingly long finish. A true gem for connoisseurs, this Armagnac is a testament to the art of fine spirit making.