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About Baron Gaston Legrand Bas Armagnac Elusa Vintage 1964
Baron Gaston Legrand Bas-Armagnac Elusa Vintage 1964 is a product of the Armagnac region, which is separated into three subdistricts: Bas-Armagnac, Ténarèze, and Haut-Armagnac. Bas-Armagnac. The region’s proximity to the Pyrenees Mountains on the Spanish border makes for ideal brandy-making conditions. A temperate climate, with excellent humidity in the spring and early summer, as well as the sandy, acidic soil of Bas-Armagnac creates optimal conditions for producing brandy grapes. Iron minerals in the sand also give the wine a touch of color contributing to its overall pleasant flavor.
Baron Gaston Legrand Bas-Armagnac Elusa Vintage 1964 is distilled once in a traditional armagnac pot beginning in November or December and ending in February. Lhéraud armagnac is aged in Limousin and Monlezun oak barrels, before being gradually cut with water, or petites eaux (a weak mixture of water and Armagnac), to bring the final alcohol level down to 40 percent or 80 proof. This Bas-Armagnac Elusa vintage was distilled in 1964 and aged in oak barrels until it was bottled in 2014 (50 years later) in a handmade decanter.
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Brandy is typically produced from distilled wine and other fermented fruit juices like apples, pears, and other sweet fruits.
It is a perfect after-dinner digestif served neat or slightly warmed by holding the glass with your hands.
The kick can vary between 70-120 proof, and it gets its flavor from aging in wooden casks.