Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80

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Indulge in the timeless allure of Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80, a distinguished embodiment of artisanal craftsmanship and heritage. Produced in the heart of Gascony, France, where the art of distillation has been perfected over centuries, this exquisite spirit exemplifies the epitome of luxury and refinement.

Aged to Perfection: Each drop of Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80 is a testament to the meticulous aging process it undergoes. Distilled with precision and aged for a minimum of 80 years in oak barrels, this exceptional Armagnac reaches unparalleled depths of flavor and complexity. The result is a symphony of rich aromas and velvety textures that linger on the palate, leaving a lasting impression of sophistication and grace.

Distinctive Flavor Profile: Savor the harmonious blend of flavors that define Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80. Notes of dried fruits, including figs and apricots, intertwine with hints of vanilla, caramel, and delicate oak undertones. Each sip unfolds a new layer of complexity, inviting you to embark on a sensory journey unlike any other.

Uncompromising Quality: Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80 embodies the commitment to excellence that has defined the brand for generations. From the careful selection of the finest grapes to the expert distillation process, every aspect of production is overseen with unwavering attention to detail. The result is a spirit of unparalleled quality and distinction that stands as a testament to the uncompromising standards upheld by Saint Vivant.

The Epitome of Elegance: Housed in a sophisticated decanter that reflects the timeless elegance of its contents, Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80 is more than a spirit—it is a symbol of refined taste and discerning sophistication. Whether enjoyed on its own as a moment of quiet indulgence or shared amongst connoisseurs, this exceptional Armagnac elevates any occasion to one of distinction and elegance.

Experience the Legacy: With Saint Vivant Armagnac Grande Fine 80, every sip is an invitation to experience the legacy of a storied tradition that spans generations. Embrace the essence of French savoir-faire and indulge in a spirit that transcends time, elevating the ordinary to the extraordinary with every pour.




Tasting Notes

Appearance: Rich amber hue, reminiscent of polished mahogany, with golden highlights dancing in the light.

Nose: A captivating bouquet of aromas unfolds with each swirl of the glass. Initial notes of ripe figs and sun-drenched apricots entice the senses, complemented by hints of vanilla bean and warm baking spices. Delicate floral undertones interplay with the subtle scent of toasted oak, evoking images of sun-kissed orchards and aged cellars.

Palate: Upon the first sip, the palate is enveloped in a velvety embrace of luscious flavors. Sweet notes of caramelized sugar and honeyed dates dance gracefully alongside layers of dried fruits, including succulent raisins and tangy citrus zest. Rich nuances of dark chocolate and roasted nuts add depth and complexity, while a whisper of peppery spice tingles on the tongue, leaving a lingering warmth that caresses the senses.

Finish: The journey culminates in a long and lingering finish that fades slowly, like the final notes of a symphony. Echoes of oak and vanilla mingle with the lingering sweetness of dried fruits, leaving a lasting impression of elegance and refinement.

Distillery Information

A smooth, high quality brandy. Made in France, it has a full flavor and a rich tradition that dates back to 1559 when St. Vivant de la Salle produced the first bottle of Armagnac Brandy. The famous "crooked bottle" recalls the original bottles used by St. Vivant.
Armagnac is produced in the Gascony region of France, which is located to the south of Bordeaux. The region is split into three areas; Bas Armagnac, Tenareze and Haut Armagnac. Often made in small batches by local farmers, Armagnac is not well-known outside of Europe.
Armagnac (/ˈɑːrmənjæk/, French: [aʁmaɲak]) is a distinctive kind of brandy produced in the Armagnac region in Gascony, southwest France.
The Armagnac region has a continental climate, while the Cognac region has a more oceanic climate. Cognac is made from the Ugni Blanc grape only, whereas Armagnac is made from 10 different grape varieties, including Ugni Blanc.
Pour the SAINT-VIVANT Armagnac VS into an old fashioned glass over ice. Top up with a little Seltzer water and finish with a sugar cube and orange zest.