Bas Armagnac Hors D'Age Dartigalongue
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Bas Armagnac Hors D'Age Dartigalongue

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With an aging in wood of about 8 years, then well above the normal V.S.O.P., this brandy, being distilled partly by the "continuous" method
and partly with the "Charentais" method, it combines the characteristic bouquet of the best Bas Armagnac, a great elegance and refinement.

Founded by Pascal Dartigalongue under the reign of Louis-Philippe in 1838 and handed down from father to son, Maison Dartigalongue is today the oldest manufacturer of Bas Armagnac. The Armagnac region is located in the heart of Gascony, in the South-West of France. The Casa Dartigalongue is based in Nogaro, in the heart of Bas Armagnac and distills only wines of this area, is renowned for the refinement of its crus.



It was 1838 when Pascal Dartigalongue moved to Nogaro, in the department of Gers, to embark on the dream of producing a quality Bas Armagnac. In 1870, he bought the vineyard that is still part of the company, 'lacroutz' in Salles d'Armagnac. To date, the company has passed on to subsequent generations but still boasts traditional production methods. Pierre Dartigalongue moved the distillery to Salles d'Armagnac in 1969 and since then the distillates are produced and aged in a two-storey cellar unusual for the time. Aging takes place in 400-liter oak barrels. In the best years are also produced the millesimates, coming from the only harvest.

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