Vintage, the exception to the Armagnac rule.
With the greatest of respect for the rules of ageing; a collection that retains not only the expertise, but also the heart and soul of exceptional distillers.
Producteur depuis 1864 au travers de la marque Bas Armagnac Chateau de Briat Baron de Pichon-Longueville, nous proposons depuis peu d'autres armagnacs sélectionnés et mis en bouteille par nos soins sous la marque Armagnacs Pichon-Longueville.
For the CLASSIC, DECANTER and VINTAGE collections, the picture representing the bottles will have one difference once delivered to the client, this concerns the year of the armagnac depending on your choice. It is represented by a sticker above the main label.
Once bottled, armagnac is a stable spirit and will not really age. It should be stored upright, away from direct sunlight, avoid dry places like above heater as the cork may dry.
To best appreciate the extent of its complexity, it can be served 15 minutes before tasting, so that it has some time to ‘breathe’ to develop and your nose can follow the evolution of flavors. You may serve the glasses before desert, by the time you finish the glasses will be tempered. To best enjoy Armagnac, some people prefer a tapered glass, or tulip-shaped, which help concentrate the flavors, while others prefer a snifter, it’s up to you.