Baron de Sigognac - VSOP - Armagnac 70cl Bottle

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Baron de Sigognac - VSOP
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70cl Bottle
£27.46
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Description:
Yellow gold amber colour and clear.

Complex and strong nose, giving floral notes with a characteristic perfume of plums.

Very good balance in the mouth, endowed with a suave vanilla taste with notes of crystallised fruits that is very rare in a VSOP.

Silver medal at the 2004 International Spirit Challenge in London, the VSOP Baron de Sigognac is a Bas Armagnac grown on sandy soils in the heart of the Bas Armagnac where one finds Domaine de Bordeneuve.

Spending six months in new oak followed by a seven year period in old oak, it has noble flavours and is very pleasant on the palate.

It is as an after dinner drink that the Baron de Sigognac presents its full range of aromas.

The Baron de Sigognac VSOP is a Bas Armagnac older than 7 years, which is why it is sometimes sold under the label 7 years old.



Category(s):     Armagnac ,   Spirit Gifts
Group(s):     Bas Armagnac
Producer: Baron de Sigognac   -   www.baron-de-sigognac.com
ABV:   40%
Brand:   Baron de Sigognac
Country of Origin:   France
Region:   Armagnac

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In Armagnac, legend has it that, one day long ago, Baron de Sigognac took all the traditional clocks out of his cellars. Fascinated by the mystery surrounding the way Armagnac ages, he had some very strange timepieces made. On these clocks, the face had ten divisions instead of twelve. The seconds had become years, the big hand moved only once a decade and the hour hand marked the centuries.
Baron de Sigognac had found the core of the mystery of Armagnac.
The legend adds that, with time, Baron de Sigognac came to trust only his palate in telling the age of an Armagnac. The clocks were left unwound.
Baron Sigognac himself had become the memory of his Armagnacs.

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