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Marquis de Montesquiou Armagnac
Armagnac origin : France
Armagnac vintage : “Napoléon” XO
Armagnac Category : Bas-armagnac
Alcohol degree : 40°
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|Armagnac brand||Armagnac vintage||Armagnac category||Alcohol degree||Restaurant|
|Darroze Armagnac – Domaine de Lamarquette||1965||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Clos des Sens – France|
|Darroze Armagnac – Domaine de Bellair||1968||Bas-armagnac||42°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Yannick Alleno – France|
⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant The Dorchester – United Kingdom
|Marquis de Montesquiou Armagnac||“Napoléon” XO||Armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Laberdolive Armagnac – Domaine de Jaurrey||1976||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant The Dorchester – United Kingdom
⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant The Fat Duck- United Kingdom
|La Fontaine de Coincy Armagnac – Domaine de Toujun||1973||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Darroze Armagnac – Château de Petit Lassis||1968||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Darroze Armagnac – Domaine de Gaube||1964 – 1959||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Darroze – Château de Petit Lassis||1968||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Core by Clare Smyth – United-Kingdom|
|Darroze – Domaine de Gaube||1964 – 1959||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Core by Clare Smyth – United Kingdom|
|J.Ducom Armagnac – Domaine Tournes||1964||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|La Fontaine de Coincy Armagnac||1963||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Farbos Armagnac – Domaine de Lagraulet||1958||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Baron de Saint-Pastou Armagnac – Château de Castex||1959||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Baronne de Pampelonne Armagnac – Château de Lasalle Maupas||1946||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Farbos Armagnac – Château de Lagraulet||1958||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Laberdolive Armagnac – Domaine de Jaurey||1923||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Marcel Trepout Armagnac||1926 – 1927||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant The Fat Duck- United Kingdom
|P.Cournet Armagnac||1937 – 1939||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Larressingle Armagnac||1941||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Beaumanière – France|
|Château Laballe Armagnac||XO||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant La Prieuré – France|
|Castarède||1984||Bas-armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant The Dorchester – United Kingdom|
⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Core by Clare Smyth – United Kingdom
|Castarède||1979||Bas-Armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Core by Clare Smyth – United Kingdom|
|Château de Léberon||1982 – 1989||–||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Le Calandre – Italy|
|Baron Gaston Legrand||1970||–||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Le Calandre – Italy|
|Château de Laubade||–||–||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Frederikshoj – Denmark|
|Delord||XO||Bas-Armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Odette – Singapore|
|L’Encontrada – Domaine del Cassou||1994||–||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Odette – Singapore|
|Lhéraud – Baron Gaston Legrand – Carafe Elusa||XO||Bas-Armagnac||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Odette – Singapore|
|Ducastaing – Duc d’Aquitaine||XO||–||40°||⭐⭐⭐ – Restaurant Core by Clare Smyth – United Kingdom|
Top Armagnac by chefs and sommeliers in gastronomic restaurants
Armagnac is a spirit which comes exclusively from France. It is an alcohol whose popularity is on the increase throughout the world, with a production of more than 7 million bottles. How about trying one of the greatest Armagnacs? Bestwine • Online the wine list from gastronomic restaurants introduces you to a selection of Armagnacs chosen by chefs and sommeliers from the greatest gastronomic establishments each year.
The Regions of France which produce Armagnac are the Gers, the Landes and Lot-et-Garonne. Armagnac is made from white wine which is aged in oak barrels. This ageing gives Armagnac its brown, copper or golden colour according to the production.
Different types of Armagnac can be distinguished by several names of origin:
- Bas-Armagnac: Armagnac produced in the Western Gers and the Landes.
- Armagnac-Ténarèze: Armagnac produced in Northern Gers and Lot-et-Garonne.
- Haut Armagnac: Armagnac produced South of the Armagnac producing region.
There is also a White Armagnac which denominates Armagnac which has not been aged in a wooden cask White Armagnac is translucent.
Categories of Armagnac:
- Armagnac *** (three star) or “VS” (Very Special): Armagnac aged in an oak barrel for at least a year.
- Armagnac “VSOP” (Very Superior Old Pale): Armagnac aged in an oak barrel for at least 4 years.
- Armagnac “Napoléon” or Armagnac “XO” (Extra Old): Armagnac aged in an oak cask for at least 6 years.
- Armagnac “hors d’âge”: Armagnac aged in an oak cask for at least 10 years.
- Armagnac “XO premium”: Armagnac aged in an oak barrel for at least 20 years.
As it can be consumed as an aperitif or a liqueur, Armagnac is greatly appreciated for its originality in gastronomic restaurants. The white grape fermented in wooden casks allows the production of authentic flavours. Furthermore, each grape variety used in the production of Armagnac, also gives it a diversity in aromas. The alcohol content is on average 40%. In gastronomic restaurants, Armagnac is savoured neat in small glasses (6 or 9 cl) with a narrow neck like a whisky glass. The reduction in the size of the neck of the glass, allows the aromas of the Armagnac to be more concentrated. The flavour of Armagnac is influenced by its origins and its region of production. Bas-Armagnac is fruity with notes of plums, Armagnac-Ténarèzes is full-bodied with spicy and floral notes of violet and Haut-Armagnac tends to be more rustic. As for White Armagnacs, they are consumed neat like all white spirits. White Armagnac can be cooled in the fridge or by adding ice-cubes (on the rocks). White Armagnac can also be mixed (long drink) with sparkling or still water, soda, or fruit juice to make creative cocktails.
Armagnac can be vintage, in which case, it must only be made with grapes harvested in the year indicated on the label.
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Bestwine • Online references bottles of Armagnac available on the wine list of starred gastronomic restaurants. The aim of this selection of Armagnacs is to give internet users the possibility of browsing references recommended by credible and legitimate professionals to help them find and buy a good bottle of Armagnac. In this way, even if you have no knowledge of spirits, you can find, buy and taste the best in Armagnac. In fact, it is at the most prestigious tables in the world that the greatest Armagnacs are served.
Chefs and sommeliers are passionate professionals of high standard gastronomy. Their passion and their high standards incite them to choose the best for their customers. Logically, these epicureans select the best Armagnacs to incorporate on their wine list. Their customers can, therefore, trust their talent and expertise in alcohol to taste the most fabulous Armagnac. With Bestwine • Online you can find all the bottles and brands of Armagnac served in the greatest gastronomic restaurants in the world.
To choose the bottles of Armagnac present on their wine list, chefs and sommeliers from starred gastronomic restaurants, take time to appreciate and taste each reference before judging its quality. A bottle of Armagnac is no ordinary spirit, it is above all, a region of culture, a past and the people who make Armagnac. In addition, chefs and sommeliers are interested in the evolution of each bottle, which contributes to its character and its specificities. A good Armagnac also comes from a beautiful region and a producer’s magnificent wine estate. The selection of the greatest bottles of Armagnac from chefs and sommeliers of starred gastronomic restaurants is a history of women, men, and visits to promote Armagnac and recognise an exceptional Armagnac. Armagnac is about 1000 employees (wine growers, distillers, wine merchants and cooperative wine cellars) who contribute to the production of the spirit. Amongst these actors, there are 500 independent grape producers, about 250 wine growers and distillers to which 7 cooperative wine cellars and 7 wine merchants can be added, which makes a total of 274 people employed in the production of Armagnac. Each Armagnac has its own atypical style of conception, a unique recipe and specific production method. Moreover, the methods of conception of Armagnac are on the inventory of French Intangible Cultural Heritage since 2020.
On Bestwine • Online, you can therefore find the best in Armagnac. This wine menu of the best Armagnacs is regularly enriched and updated in function with the new bottles incorporated on the wine list of starred gastronomic restaurants. Regularly find new references of Armagnac selected by chefs and sommeliers of starred restaurants. So, you are sure of accessing the best Armagnac references of the moment chosen by the most well-known and reputed professionals in gastronomy.
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