Armagnac Saint Vivant is a brandy with a very special, very aromatic flavour. The Armagnac was the first French schnapps and is said to be more than 700 years old. For this reason, it is considered the oldest distillate in Europe. The Saint Vivant will explain it to you through its excellent taste that will lead you to savour a piece of history.
Color: Has an attractive amber colour with mahogany hues.
Smell: Exquisite aromas of prunes mixed with vanilla, caramel, violets and some spicy notes.
Taste: It has a complex entry due to its dense texture and aromatic character.
On the palate: the power of alcohol is felt intertwined with caramelized fruit essences, which are rounded off with notes of leather, wood and tobacco.
PRODUCER: Saint Vivant. Winery located in the French commune of Condom, in the department of Gers. In 1975 it was acquired by the La Martiniquaise group of companies.
ELABORATION DETAILS: This magnificent Armagnac comes from the distillation of wines made with different varietals of white grapes from the region of Gascony, among which are Ugni Blanche, Baco and Folle Blanche. The fruits are fermented and then distilled in traditional copper stills. Finally, the liqueur is left to mature for a year in French oak barrels. The entire production process takes place in the commune of Condom-en-Armagnac, located in the southwest of France, which has had the Bas-Armagnac designation of origin since 1936 to make this type of liqueur. Another peculiarity of this distillate is its incredible presentation of the traditional bottle with a sloping neck.
ALCOHOLIC STRENGTH: 40%