Caskers RewardsEarn up to 5% back on this product.Learn more
Availability & Returns
This product is available in:
MI Unfortunately, we can't ship to PO Boxes and APO addresses.
Note: This product is not eligible for gift wrapping.
Note: Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.
About Domaine d'Espérance XO 10 Year Old Bas Armagnac
Today, armed with a noble lineage and six centuries of family experience, Jean-Louis and Claire de Montesquiou continue to distill armagnac at Domaine d'Espérance. Their 30-hectare estate, situated in the Bas-Armagnac region, enjoys sandy clay soils and direct sunlight. As a result of its unique climate, the estate is able to harvest rich, acidic Baco Blanc grapes that result in a full-bodied and luxurious armagnac. After the grapes have been harvested, they are pressed and fermented into a wine. Following fermentation, the wine is immediately distilled in single pass through a traditional alembic still, allowing the armagnac to retain the rich, natural textures and flavors of the grapes.
Once the armagnac has been distilled, it is matured for a minimum of ten years in new Gascon oak casks, before being finished in used armagnac casks. The Gason oak provides Domaine d'Espérance XO 10 Year Old Bas Armagnac with a deep, copper color, along with an aroma of apples, cinnamon and orange blossom honey. Notes of caramel, vanilla and nutmeg dominate the palate, and give way to hints of jasmine, poached pears and butterscotch. Once the armagnac has matured for a minimum of a decade (although the average age is much older), it is bottled without the use of any additives or coloring agents.
Domaine d'Espérance XO 10 Year Old Bas Armagnac represents the culmination of six centuries of distilling experience. Pick up a bottle today!
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.
Deep, copper color. Aroma of apples, cinnamon and orange blossom honey. Notes of caramel, vanilla and nutmeg dominate the palate, and give way to hints of jasmine, poached pears and butterscotch. Finishes with a touch of sweet spices.