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I stumbled upon a store downtown around 18th and I. It's a pretty unassuming place, so I was surprised to see that it had a decent selection of stuff. If I'm remembering correctly, the store had both the '70 and '79 Darroze. The guy running the place was knowledgeable and eager to help. He was raving about the '79.

S&R Liquors. They have two bottles of Darroze right now, a '70 and '79 Cheateau de Gaube. Nice people and a nice selection of less expensive armagnacs including a few nice Casteredes.
post #32 of 37

If you do come to the Armagnac region, I would be more than happy to help with suggestions of visits to different producers.  As you say they are extremely warm and welcoming and so passionate about their eaux-de-vie.

Every one is different with such diversity that you will go home with bags bulging and for not very much money!

 

 

 

 

 

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post #33 of 37
Do you have the map in a higher resolution, Amanda? Il est difficile de voir les détails. Merci.
post #34 of 37
I was looking for some cognac or armagnac today and I found this on clearance. I'm not a brandy expert, but it's quite nice.

post #35 of 37
I picked up a 1/2 bottle of Germaine robin XO, it's pretty good!
post #36 of 37
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I've been wanting to try their XO.

post #37 of 37
My local place shocks me every now and again. Are you ever in jersey?
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