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Rated 92 - Old gold/marigold color is pure. Vigorous aromas of toffee, cheese and sawdust delight the olfactory sense...
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Rapid Ship
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Bottle: $55.44
Rated 92 - Young for an XO at 10 years old. Amber in color, with exuberant, warm aromas of orange peel, allspice, and...
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92
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Bottle: $44.54
6 bottles: $43.65
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Rated 94 - Aged 15 years and distilled from mostly the hybrid Baco grape, Château de Briat Hors d’Age is big,...
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94
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Bottle: $396.94
6 bottles: $396.41
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Bottle: $99.94
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Bottle: $93.54
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Beautiful amber colour. Complex nose with notes of dried fruits and prune. Round attack with fatness releasing the...
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Bottle: $34.94
Intense nose; very fruity aromas, banana and pear predominating, evolving to floral aromas, notes of white blossom...
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Bottle: $80.54 $87.54
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Bottle: $54.93 $54.94
12 bottles: $52.19
Rated 95 - Vibrant -yellow-gold in color, this full-bodied blend of Ugni Blanc and Baco Blanc resounds with a rich...
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Bottle: $43.94 $48.34
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Bottle: $389.86 $389.94
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Bottle: $352.94
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Bottle: $129.95
12 bottles: $127.36
Rated 94 - A blend of brandies aged five to ten years, Domaine Boingnères Reserve Speciale is made from Folle...
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Bottle: $66.06 $69.54
12 bottles: $61.56
While there is no stated vintage, this bottling comes entirely from the 2006 harvest and distillation. It is a blend...
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Armagnac

Armagnac is a beloved grape brandy, hailing from the beautiful French region of Gascony, in the south-west of the country. It has been in constant production since sometime just before the fifteenth century, and over the decades has been the toast of royal households across Europe. Today, it is still enjoyed for its unique flavor profile and characteristics, and although it is understandably compared with Cognac, its more famous cousin, lovers of Armagnac claim that its distinctive rusticity and full body make it a superior brandy, perfect as a digestif or as an evening treat.

Armagnac is made from more than one grape varietal, but the major player in this drink is the fine Ugni Blanc grape, more commonly known by its Italian name, Trebbiano. This is one of the most widely planted grape varietals in the world, and grows beautifully in Gascony, which has a similar microclimate as its neighbouring wine region, Bordeaux. Armagnac grapes reveal fascinating and complex flavors after distillation, which commonly include christmas cake, earthy, oaky notes and praline.

Armagnac is sold under two categories - vintage, and non-vintage. A vintage Armagnac is made from a blend of grapes which have been grown in a single year, and will have the date printed on the label. Non-vintage Armagnacs, on the other hand, are labelled according to their age. V.S indicates that the brandy has been aged for a minimum of two years, VSOP for four years, XO six years, and Hors d’Age is a premium Armagnac which has been aged for at least ten years.