Château Garreau Vintage 1985 Armagnac, Prestige Carafe


Château Garreau Vintage 1985 Armagnac, Prestige Carafe

An exceptional Vintage 1985 Armagnac from Château Garreau. This Armagnac is from the Bas Armagnac region. Produced using grapes from a single harvest, it will make an excellent special gift to commemorate a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion

  • Tasting: Nose with walnut and toasted notes. Smooth and well-rounded with figs and a peppery finish
  • Grape variety: Baco, Ugni blanc, Folle blanche
  • Alcohol: 40%
  • Awarded a Bronze Medal in 2009 at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2009 (Agricultural Fair)
  • Gilbert & Gaillard Tasting 2016. Note: 95/100. "Coppery colour with mahogany tints. Pleasant nose halfway between candied, spicy and oaky notes showing beautiful harmony. The palate is racy and very finely textured with faultless balance and length. An outstanding Armagnac."
  • Size: 70cl Prestige Carafe
  • Note: Alcohol abuse can be dangerous to health
  • More Vintage Armagnacs available. Please do contact us at if you need further information

More Info

  • Chateau Garreau Armagnac is produced and bottled at the property sine the 19th century; initially by the Prince Sukhorov Kabylin of Russia, previous owner of the domain, who once purveyed the Tsar's Court of Saint Petersburg with his Armagnacs
  • Chateau Garreau is located in the Bas Armagnac region, being the best area for producing top quality Armagnac
  • The estate covers 82.5 ha, 25 of which is dedicated to the vine, planted with Baco, Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc for Armagnac; and Colombard, Gros Manseng, Tannat, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon for Floc de Gascogne
  • The Armagnac distillation process uses column (continuous) stills. The white wines with their final yeast lees (8-10% ABV) the become eaux de vie (52-60% ABV). At this stage, Armagnac has already a very rich and fruity taste, but it is the slow aging process in carefully chosen oak barrels which imparts its complexity

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