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Grand Armagnac Henry C. Bruchaut


Prestigious appellation, rare bottle presumably from the 1920/30s, beautiful conservation

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Data sheet

Vintage (year) nm
Color Amber
Capacity (cl) 75
Degree of alcohol (% vol) 40
Level Mid shoulder
State label Very slightly worn down
Capsule state Beautiful
Designation Armagnac
Castle / Estate / House Maison Henry C. Bruchaut

More info on this exceptional spirit

Prestigious appellation from the southwest, Armagnac is the oldest marketed wine spirit in France. It has been on the market since the 16th century, sold as « medicine » for its beneficial properties on the human body. Today, the Armagnac region is split into 3 areas : Bas-Armagnac, Ténarèze and Haut-Armagnac. Aged in oak barrels since the 18th century, Armagnac is a blend of Bacco, Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc and Colombard. With an exceptionally good ageing potential, the Grand Armagnac Henry C. Bruchaut in Condrin d'Armagnac, presumably from the 1920/30s, is a rare eau-de-vie which will delight lovers of staple Armagnacs and will make a perfect gift for collectors of exceptional bottles.