Darroze 1983 Petit Lassis Grand Bas Armagnac 47.2% 200ml - armagnac - Liquor Wine Cave

Darroze 1983 Petit Lassis Grand Bas Armagnac 47.2% 200ml

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Exclusive and particularly exquisite vintage Armagnac from 1983. A frontrunner among the most precious reserves. In contrast to cognac, the Armagnac is distilled only once and then stored in the typical black oak barrels for 3 - 20 years. This is also where its dark, amber-colored shine develops, as well as the typical aroma of prunes, vanilla, licorice and much more. As a rule, it has a stronger taste than cognac and is therefore described as very noble and smooth. Vintage Armagnac can only be called this Armagnac, which contains only the grapes of a vintage. Even the annual loss of fluid, the "Part of the Angels" (share of the angels, La part des ans) is filled with the same vintage fires.
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Darroze Armagnac

The story begins around a table with Jean Darroze at his restaurant in Villeneuve-de-Marsan. With a deep love for his native Southwest and its ancient traditions, this iconic cook of Landes gastronomy introduces his son Francis to the culinary arts, fine wines, and the exquisite eaux-de-vie of Gascony.

From the late 1960s, Francis Darroze intensifies his visits to the lands of Bas Armagnac, selecting, maturing, and bottling his most treasured discoveries. Maison Armagnac Darroze is born, and the adventure begins.

The Vineyard

Today, around thirty estates contribute to this extraordinary collection, perfecting its aging process in cellars in both Roquefort and Labastide d’Armagnac.

Rare and historical pieces, as well as eaux-de-vie freshly distilled by small producers or renowned itinerant distillers, have been selected and overseen for over 20 years by Marc Darroze. He shares the same values and passion as his grandfather Jean and his father Francis.

Local Craftsmanship

Guided by his visionary instinct, Francis Darroze soon realised that Armagnac could be crafted much like wine: with a unique domain, no blending, and in small, perfectly traceable batches. He shared this vision and dedication with his son Marc, who now leads Armagnacs Darroze. Today, they offer a wide variety of rare Armagnacs that highlight the work of local craftsmen.