Très Vieux Cognac de Champagne Domaine Delamain. Delamain is a well regarded Cognac house, whose house style is about elegance and subtlety rather than out-and-out power. This is an old bottling of the now defunct Tres Vieux Cognac de Grande Champagne.
Vieux Calvados "Pays d'Auge" Roger Groult 1941.
Rhum Vieux Domaine de Courcelles Magnum 1972. The Old Rum of Domaine de Courcelles in 1972 offers flavors of vanilla-Bourbon, rum-raisin ice cream, citrus and lemon. A charming and gormande finale with notes of Frangipani, flowers and spices. This rum is a subtle nectar.
Calvados "Pays d'Auge" Domaine Roger Groult 1966. The oldest eaux-de-vie of the property assembled with a dazzling mastery. On the nose and in the mouth, an almost perfect balance between power and elegance, pure charm and exciting complexity.
Bas-Armagnac Domaine Yvan Auban 40°1936. The Bas-Armagnac of Yvan Auban, exalts the ardor of a natural drink, it extracts the subtlest and finest components, all technical in the choice of grapes.
Bas-Armagnac Samalens 42°1904. The Samalens distillery is equipped with 4 stills Armagnacais dating from the 19th century and still used to this day. When the distillation is complete, these pieces are placed in the attic under the roof, where the heat is highest in summer, where it fact it colder in winter.
Bas-Armagnac Mader 40°1919. From 15 years of age, found in Armagnac nutty taste, orange peel, cocoa, prunes which are mingled aromas of rose, verbena, leather, vanilla and even cinnamon.
Bas-Armagnac Les Fiefs de Briat 44° 1929. The Bas-Armagnac Fiefs of Briat is aging of 3 years in oak barrels and the remaining of the exhausted tannins. the flavors of candied fruits ,the prune, the cocoa, the roasted coffee and the undergrowth.
Bas-Armagnac Les Fiefs de Briat 40° Baron de Pichon-Longueville Baron Stéphane de Luze 1917. The Bas-Armagnac Fiefs of Briat is aging of 3 years in oak barrels and the remaining of the exhausted tannins. the flavors of candied fruits ,the prune, the cocoa, the roasted coffee and the undergrowth.
Bas-Armagnac 42° 1907. The Bas-Armagnac 42 ° in 1907 has a lot of richness and concentration. A suave and round palate reveals flavors of the fruit.
Armagnac Pallas Domaine de Cassanel 40° 1920. From 15 years of age aging, we find in Armagnac the nutty taste, the orange peel, the cocoa, the prunes which the flavors accompanied at the aromas of rose, verbena, leather, vanilla and even cinnamon. After 25 years, their lengths in the mouth becomes remarkable.
Armagnac Malliac 40° 1926. At Château of Malliac, some of brandies enter in of composition of this Armagnac and have over 10 years of age. They are from the terroirs of Bas Armagnac, of Grand Bas and finally Ténarèze. The bottle is sealed has wax and has hand.
Armagnac Laubade 40° 1910. Strongly marked on the fruit in their youth, this brandy evolving towards oxidation and rancio after a few years.
Armagnac Larresingle 40° 1928. The Armagnac Larresingle 1928 from the same distillation. Each is different, but they all have in common their abundance because of their age. These unique Armagnac, which concentrates all the expertise of Larressingle, is proposed in limited quantities.
Armagnac L'Eluzan 40° 1908. The Armagnac is produced in the departments of Gers, Landes and Lot-et-Garonne. The "oldest eau-de-vie in France" which covers three sub-regions: Bas-Armagnac, Haut-Armagnac and Armagnac-Ténarèze. Its manufacturing is done by distillation of white wines. Its unique aroma is obtained by aging in oak barrels.
Armagnac Gelas 40° 1906. The Armagnac Gelas has the nutty taste, of orange peel, of cocoa, of prunes which are mingled aromas of rose, verbena, leather, vanilla and even cinnamon. After 25 years, the Armagnacs lose strength and it soften. Their original character fades and gives way to oak flavors; the length in the mouth becomes remarkable.
Armagnac Etchart 40° 1929. The Armagnac of Robert Etchart in 1929 has a dark amber color at the flavors of prunes, vanilla and licorice. It is a brandy noble and soft.
Armagnac Castarede 40° 1936. The Armagnac is the oldest distilled spirit in France. Produced in the Armagnac vineyard in the heart of Gascony from white grape Ugni Blanc 98% (the rest being shared between Folle Blanche and Colombard grapes), it is aged in oak baril of Gascon 400 liters.
Cognac Vieux Domaine Moyet 1878. The Cognac is a fine water-de-vie produced in a defined region centered around Cognac.
Cognac Fine Champagne Domaine Alfred Le Vavasseur 1890.
Cognac Grande Fine Champagne 1895. The Grande Champagne covers 13,200 ha of vineyards for the production of white wines for the elaboration of Cognac, it gives rise to very fine brandies and very light at predominantly floral bouquet, requiring long aging in oak barrels to achieve full maturity.