figs
fragrant
oak
spicy
cake
rancio
cedarwood
apricot
sweet
Spiral Château de Léberon Solera 2001 Armagnac

Château de Léberon
Solera 2001 Armagnac
Reviews and Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep Mahogany

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma displace complexity and finesse with notes of rancio and cedar wood combined with stewed apricot.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate leans toward fig, sultana, and quince with heathy doses of warm oak and spice cake.

Finish
The finish is long and lingering with a full after-aroma.
Price:
$102.99
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Château de Léberon Solera 2001 Armagnac is adored for its figs, fragrant, oak and spicy flavor notes.

This Armagnac is carefully distilled at Château de Léberon distillery, France.

Based on 176 votes, the average rating for Château de Léberon Solera 2001 Armagnac is 7.2/10.

Top reviews for Château de Léberon Solera 2001 Armagnac:

— Loved it!!

— I really liked this one. Rich and flavorful, not super light as Armagnac can be on the high end. I'd rank it up with Martell Noblige.

— Really good!
  • Category
  • Style
    Armagnac
  • Region
    Armagnac
  • Country
    France
  • Alcohol
    43.2%
  • Distillery
    Château de Léberon

Château de Léberon Solera 2001 Armagnac

(0.75l, 43.2%)


7.2/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of Château de Léberon Solera 2001 Armagnac
Robert
Robert,
I really liked this one. Rich and flavorful, not super light as Armagnac can be on the high end. I'd rank it up with Martell Noblige.
 
Jon
Jon,
Really good!
 
Tricia
Tricia,
did not care for this at all, very harsh for a $100 bottle of liquor
 
Quinn
Quinn,
Good flavor
 
Jesse
Jesse,
I definitely get the grape and fig but it’s a bit to spicy on the throat and really too harsh for my liking
 
Andrew
Andrew,
I think that people assume this price will guarantee a good bottle so they’ve rated it higher than it should be. It is okay, but do I want to get more? Not really.
 
Christian
Christian,
This came in my first sampler, and was my first Armagnac. The flavor does deliver as described; it starts out sweet with a spice finish. It does have a slight astringent characteristic. This will be good in mixed drinks.
 
Bernadette
Bernadette,
Bit too bitey, not as smooth as others. Harsh aftertaste. Great as a mixer, not sipper.
 
Connor
Connor,
Sweet and smooth. Finishes like the lovechild of carrot cake and a cherry tart.
 
Bari
Bari,
Loved it!!
 
Ron
Ron,
Sweet, light, and complex with stewed fruit, fig, and oak flavors.
 
Kaelin
Kaelin,
Very aromatic, light, and well balanced.
 
Brendan
Brendan,
Hits the palate nicely with oak, raisin, and an oily bite. The finish leaves something to be desired. Very short. There are certainly better armagnac's at half this price (e.g. Tariquet)
 
Candice
Candice,
Clearly a well made bottle, but the particular palate isn't to my taste. I get dates? And raisin, maybe? It's very sweet.
 
John
John,
The fig pushed so strong in the flavor that I feel I missed out on some of the more subtler notes.
 
Amanda
Amanda,
Luscious, sweet, and eminently drinkable.
 
Chris
Chris,
Like this very much. Wonderfully complex nose of dark fruit, herbs, spice and nuts. Fruit and wood notes with a little spice and dry long finish.
 
Antti
Antti,
It is an outstanding, complex, Armagnac that has a complex & aromatic birth; while an elegant life leads to a long & complex death.
 
Zachary
Zachary,
Tasty and smooth!
 
Angela
Angela,
Nice fruity flavor with some sweetness. Burn mellow with ice
 
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