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Armagnac XXO by Monluc comes from the Château de Monluc, where, true to a strong family tradition, the Armagnacs mature. The château is located in Ténarèze, where the clay-limestone soils produce lively and dry wines that define the quality of Armagnac: finesse, liveliness, complexity and smoothness. The prestigious brandy from Gascony is then, as it should be, aged in oak barrels until it is bottled in decanters.
Monluc XXO Armagnac is an exquisite expression of the renowned French spirit. This distinguished spirit is produced in the Gers region of Southwest France, an area renowned for its Armagnac production. The Monluc XXO Armagnac is made from the finest Ugni Blanc and Folle Blanche grapes, carefully distilled and aged in Limousin oak barrels for at least six years. This lengthy aging process results in a spirit that is complex, yet smooth and mellow. The aroma of Monluc XXO Armagnac reveals notes of candied fruit, brown spices, and dried apricots. The taste is rich and velvety, and has a smooth texture that melts on the palate. The initial taste is sweet, with notes of dried fruit, toffee, and prunes. This is followed by an intense, spice-driven finish with hints of cinnamon, clove, and oak.
Monluc XXO Armagnac is an elegant and complex spirit that is perfect for sipping on its own. It can also be used to create a variety of flavorful cocktails and mixed drinks. Its smooth flavor and lengthy aging process make it a favorite among connoisseurs of fine spirits. With its unique aroma and flavor profile, Monluc XXO Armagnac is a perfect addition to any bar or liquor cabinet.