Château Garreau Blanche D'Armagnac Green Label
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  • floral
  • fruit
  • fresh
  • botanicals
  • fragrant
  • peach
  • silky
  • citrus
  • smooth

Chateau Garreau

Château Garreau Blanche D'Armagnac Green Label (0.75l, 40%)
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One of the 3 Blanches from the estate of Château Garreau.

The estate of Château Garreau is nestled in the heart of the Bas Armagnac region. Today, it’s the 4th generation of the Garreau family that operates 33 hectares of vineyards but the history of the estate itself is even richer. Some of the oldest farms in the region were built there in the 17th century. The unique underground cellar on the estate that’s still in use today was built in the 19th century by Prince Soukovo Kabylin of Russia (the same guy who was appointed to the Russian court for Armagnac — yes, the Russians had an actual court for Armagnac). The Garreau family is renowned for crafting refined eaux-de-vie from grape varieties of Baco, Ugni Blanc, and Folle Blanche.

The Invitation series brings to the table their younger spirits and they offer 3 Blanche expressions: the Blue, Green, and Orange Label. The Spirit in all three is crafted with the Baco grape variety and it’s an unaged expression: it does rest for a little while in inert containers, however, before it’s bottled at 80 proof. Expect fruity, floral, and fresh flavors of nectarine and white peach, rounded by a bright finish, Enjoy it chilled, on the rocks, or make it shine in your cocktail.

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Appearance / Color
Clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Lily and hyacinth.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Floral, fruity, and fresh with nectarine and white peach.

Finish
Refreshing and bright.

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  • floral
  • fruit
  • fresh
  • botanicals
  • fragrant
  • peach
  • silky
  • citrus
  • smooth
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
To delve even deeper with Cognac and Armagnac, they live about 180 miles apart, so they're practically neighbours. Cognac is mostly made from one sort of grape, while Armagnac loves variety. The most interesting difference is their PR: Armagnac is one of the oldest Spirits on the planet and it was rarely exported. Cognac, on the other hand, was the export blockbuster with good marketing. It even had Napoleon III as its poster boy, who made sure Cognac was sold in every medieval supermarket.
If we’re calling dibs on who gets first-born privileges, Armagnac edges out Cognac. The Spirit is the oldest type of Brandy in France, with documented distillation dating back to the early 15th century.
The best way to enjoy a Calvados or Cognac is in a balloon-shaped snifter. Armagnac? Try a Champagne flute or a tulip-style glass instead.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
To delve even deeper with Cognac and Armagnac, they live about 180 miles apart, so they're practically neighbours. Cognac is mostly made from one sort of grape, while Armagnac loves variety. The most interesting difference is their PR: Armagnac is one of the oldest Spirits on the planet and it was rarely exported. Cognac, on the other hand, was the export blockbuster with good marketing. It even had Napoleon III as its poster boy, who made sure Cognac was sold in every medieval supermarket.
If we’re calling dibs on who gets first-born privileges, Armagnac edges out Cognac. The Spirit is the oldest type of Brandy in France, with documented distillation dating back to the early 15th century.
The best way to enjoy a Calvados or Cognac is in a balloon-shaped snifter. Armagnac? Try a Champagne flute or a tulip-style glass instead.
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