Armagnac Delord Freres VSOP, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Delord Freres VSOP, gift box, 0.7 L
Armagnac pure, rich amber color.
Harmonious, rich, full and rounded taste of Armagnac disclosed light tones of fruits, flowers and wood.
The aroma is dominated by the drink expressive, bright colors of fruits, complemented by floral, woody and vanilla soft intonations.
Beverage excellent in pure form and with a small amount of ice.
Delord VSOP - beautiful Armagnac with restrained and elegant character. This blended beverage created from alcohols based on grape varieties Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc and Colombard grown in the vast sub-region Bas Armagnac. "Delord VSOP" not less than 7 years aged in barrels made of black oak: 24 months in new, which gives the drink a passion and intensity, and another 5 years - old, collectible, which gave him a refinement and nobility.
Thin and versatile Armagnac - the most famous in the world, "Gascon" after D'Artagnan. Long this French brand was less well known than Cognac, but due to its excellent quality, in the XX century armagnac bought this fantastic recognition worldwide. One of the most famous houses of Armagnac is now considered Delord.
The company, whose history begins in 1875, founded the present Gascon Prospero Delors. Prospero has invested in Armagnac distillery, and its investments were very far-sighted. Delors once chose for his estate the best land in the region of Armagnac, with the seat in the southwest of France. 21 hectares of vineyards in the middle of the land Ba Armank started giving different alcohols. Traditional raw materials for Armagnac Delors - grape varieties Folle Blanche, Colombard and Ugni Blanc. The vineyards are located on sandy soils containing large amounts of iron (Gascons are called "red sands"). Delors was able not only to obtain alcohols special qualities, but also to keep the vine dofilloksernogo period. Pest phylloxera destroyed the vineyards are not on sandy soils. Due to the coincidence, only Delord House became a manufacturer of unique spirits, preserve the quality of the lost grape varieties in their original form. In the collection of Armagnac Delord there, dating from 1900.