Bas Armagnac 1990 Dartigalongue with wooden case
Distilled with the "Charantais" method fully satisfies the typical and best quality Bas Armagnac earning the title of best product of Dartigalongue cellar
- Bas Armagnac Dartigalongue 1990
- 40,00% vol.
- Serving temperature
- 20-22 °C
- 0,75 l.
- It presents vanilla with notes of citrus and dried apricot
- Hints of licorice, vanilla, dried fruit and spices
The Dartigalongue winery can proudly bear the title of the longest-lived manufacturer of Bas Armagnac in history, tracing its origins back to the period of the reign of Louis Philippe, as far back as 1838 to be precise. At the end of the 1830s, the progenitor Pascal Dartigalongue founded the maison in Nogaro, in the heart of the Gascony region, in the south-west of France, and then, in the 1870s, bought the vineyards "Lacroutz" by Salles d'Armagnac, still belonging to the company today. We are talking about a story that sees at its base a perfect mix of tradition and foresight, thanks to which the Dartigalongue winery is step by step become a real institution within the Armagnac.
Currently the winery belongs to and is managed by successive generations that came after Pascal Dartigalongue, but the production methods have remained those of the past, strictly legal to the territorial traditions. In the best vintages, as always, vintage distillates still continue to be produced, which together with the other distillates, constitute a range of high-level labels, certainly among the most prestigious that can be found in the entire Bas Armagnac region of France .