Armagnac J.Dupeyron v.s. Vol.40% Cl.70
- Armagnac produced from the best Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard and Baco grapes.
- Armagnac Dupeyron, known for the rich and full-bodied olfactory note characteristic of Armagnacs.
- Excellent value for money, satisfaction of the palate.
- Armagnac VS extraordinarily velvety and soft.
Since 1905, the Ryst-Dupeyron family has been producing armagnacs from the selection of the best wines for the distillation and production of the best Armagnacs.
Distilled Armagnac is a product with soul and best qualities, a real "eau de vie".
The Armagnacs are bottled in the Ryst-Dupeyron house in 5, 20, 50, 70, 100, 150 and 250 cl.
Each bottle comes in a beautiful red packaging.
The grape varieties Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard and Baco are used to produce Armagnacs from the Ryst-Dupeyron house.
The wines of Ugni Blanc grapes are elegant, with a touch of acidity and develop little alcohol.
The Folle Blanche brings a floral character and finesse.
The Baco grape distillates are characterized by a round sweet character, with aromas of ripe fruit.
This is especially the case in older Armagnacs.
Fruity and spicy distillates are born from Colombard grapes that are perfectly suited to being blended.
The grapes are grown in Bas Armagnac, known for its fruity grapes and the fine eau de vie and Armagnac Dupeyron, known for the rich and full-bodied olfactory note characteristic of Armagnacs.
The natural vinification (without the addition of sulfur) and the use of "neutral" yeasts help to preserve the tipictà and the fruit.
Unlike Cognac, the distillation of armagnac, which must take place by the end of March of the following year's harvest, takes place, still with continuous distillation.
The distillation is followed by maturation in the so-called "pieces" or barrels.
The wood for the 400-liter oak barrels is beaten in the Gascony forest.
From the moment of putting the armagnac Dupeyron into cask, it is carefully monitored until maturity, when all the flavors of the forest have been absorbed, this happens after 6 months and up to 2 years.
the Armagnac is decanted into old barrels to continue the slow maturation of the aromas.
Amber in color, it offers floral aromas of jasmine and acacia accompanied by fruity notes;
on the palate it has a delicate and harmonious taste, extraordinarily velvety and soft.