1937 Armagnac Brandy wine ( 50cl)

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Armagnac, Nismes-Delclou 1937 Brandy wine, presented in a wooden box

Nismes-Delclou 1937 Armagnac brandy wine, this is a rare vintage 1937 Armagnac

The 1937 Armagnac from100% Folle Blanche from Nismes-Delclou estate's vineyard, located in Bas- Armagnac, this grape variety produces fine and often floral eau-de-vie with great elegance.

These non-reduced Armagnacs are obtained by the evaporation of the eau-de-vie ( known as the angel's share) in our mutli-century cellars.

Stocked stored in our warehouse in Derbyshire, we deliver to all of the UK

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Armagnac is France’s oldest wine based eau-de-vie, produced in the southwest of France, with over 700 years of History. Known for its therapeutic properties during medieval times, Armagnac rose in the XVII century to become a convenience good.Around 1830, the only way to transport goods was via navigable channels, thus Armagnac trading houses started to settle near the Baïse, a river from the rich Garonne.The department of the Gers became the leading French wine producer. However, the Armagnac vineyards also suffered from the scourge of the phylloxera in 1870. The vineyard got a new life at the beginning of the century.The decree of the 25th of May 1909 outlined the production zone for the Armagnac eaux-de-vie and its three regions, followed by the decree of the 6th of August 1936 which defined the 'Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée’ Armagnac and its production process.