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Unlike cognac, which is made in pot stills, armagnac is made by a process of continuous distillation via a column still. Base wines are distilled to a lower alcoholic strength than cognac: typically around 52%. There are therefore more flavouring compounds, giving a richer tasting spirit.
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|Type||Cognac & Armagnac|
|When to Drink||Now - 2100|
|Producer||Chateau de Lacaze|
The Chateau de Lacaze was distilled in 1981 it was then shipped in cask to the United Kingdom two years later where it was stored in damp cellars, perfect for slow ageing. Bottled 23 years later it is a smooth spirit with dark chocolate and vanilla aromas and hint of lavender, marzipan and spices.
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