Armagnac Delord 1975 is made using traditional distillation methods and aged for several decades in oak barrels. The 1975 vintage is known for its complex and rich flavor profile, with notes of dried fruits, spices, and oak wood. It has a deep amber color and a smooth, velvety texture.
Armagnac Delord 1975 is best enjoyed neat or over ice, and makes an excellent after-dinner drink. Its rich and complex flavors also make it a great pairing for desserts such as chocolate or fruit tarts. As a vintage Armagnac, it is highly sought after by connoisseurs and collectors.
Prosper Delord, a roving distiller, founded Armagnac Delord in 1893. Today, the Delord family is distilling, ageing and blending their eaux-de-vie the exact same way their great-grandfather did. Hospitality, high quality, and international awards are their trade marks.
The Bas-Armagnac, whose capital is Eauze, is west of the appellation. It runs on the Landes and the western part of the Gers. It represents 67% of the areas identified in Armagnac. In this part of the terroir, the floors are sablo simedy, called "sandblasters". Bas-Armagnac brandies are delicate and very fruity.
Appellation: Bas-Armagnac, France Kind : Millésime Capacity: 70 cl (700ml) Alcohol content: 40.0° Packaging (s): Caisse bois