Comte de Lauvia - Vintage 1929

Comte de Lauvia - Vintage 1929

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  • ABV40%
  • RegionArmagnac

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Bas Armagnac

A deep coffee colour that shows on the nose with coffee aromas and vanilla overtones.

The palate is long and rich with prune flavours and a hint of fig rancio and vanilla on the finish.


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