Chateau de Lartigolle
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Like all good things, this mini-break had to come to an end and for us, the last blow out was a leisurely lunch at La Florida, a lovely restaurant which had passed from Father to son who had jazzed it up a little to make it a more modern place.
The interior is white and bright and after a little table rearranging we were all sat down for a feast.
Much fine food was had - I settled for lamb which ...
... in 1984. They switched from milk production to spend all their time on their vines and wines. New plots were planted with Colombard, Cabernet-Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc and then Gros and Petit Manseng.
Michel then took us through a tasting of his wines, Floc and Armagnac.
1. Planeta 2012
A blend dominant in Petit Marsang with Ugni blanc and Colombard making up the other varietals. The wine is aged in Burgundian oak for ...
... Vida Kékfrankos Selection (missed the vintage!)
13. Château Saint-Eugène Pessac-Léognan 2011
14. Le P'tit Spencer 2013 Corbières
15. Jean-Luc Colomobo Cornas Les Ruchets 2010
Well, that was quite a set of tastings with some blindingly good wines!
The Cassoulet was also absolutely amazing with a great richness and consistency.
Whist we were imbibing this incredible list of beverages the volume was rising and the entire dining ...
... of rivers where taxes or duties would need to be paid. Se explained that the local soils are clay-limestone which produces a more robust style of spirit which is longer in the mouth and favours the Ugni Blanc and Colombard grapes. Floriane contrasted this with the more volatile spirit from Bas where there is more Baco and Folle blanche which I think we were all starting to see as we gained more experience in tasting.
... to eight as Napoleon (maybe that is what was in his coat where his hand was!) and from 10 onwards Hors d'Âge or XO. Vintages are called Millésimés.
After these factoids it was clearly time to wrap our lips around some of this fine spirit and Amanda had lined up a fine selection of six for us to try from Darroze, a fine Bas-Armagnac house.
- 1. Les Grands Assemblages 12 Ans d'Âge 43% - blended from different producers across the region. ...