Bas-Armagnac du Chateau de Lacquy, 1982, 700 ml
Armagnac rich amber color.
Taste Armagnac powerful but soft, perfectly balanced, rounded, with hints of fruit jam, spices, cocoa and raisins.
Armagnac is made of aroma tones of cinnamon, black pepper, tobacco leaf and violets.
Armagnac is the perfect digestif, goes well with desserts and foie gras. Armagnac cigar lovers will take great pleasure in a pair with a cup of organic coffee.
Chateau de Lucky - the family estate, built in 1711 and for more than 300 years in the hands of the same family. Archival documents indicate that in 1711 Baron de Lucky produced cognac spirits, in high demand. In 1777 the castle and the park were rebuilt, and in this form survived. For many years, each generation not only supports the brand "Chateau de Lucky", but also brings something new and progressive in the development of viticulture and the production of magnificent Armagnacs. Today Chateau manages Count Jean-Vianney de Boisseson.
Chateau de Lucky is located in the Ba-Armagnac, in a wooded area on the outskirts of one of the largest forests in Europe. Soil and terrain meet all the needs of the culture of the vine for cognac of the highest quality. Hills with sandy-clay soil covered with dark yellow sand and contain iron oxides and marine sediments. Here are grown grape varieties 4: Bako, Folle Blanche, Colombard and Ugni Blanc, which have different characteristics and allow you to create different and unique Armagnac.