Founded by Pierre Etienne Janneau in 1851 at Condom in Armagnac, four generations of the Janneau family have followed, passing down the secret of Grand Armagnac from father to son.
Tag : 50 years old
The wines originate from the sandy soils (called "tawny sands") of the Bas Armagnac region.
The Baco grape variety used for the Janneau Golden Age vintage 50 years old 1964 is particularly well suited to this soil where it is grown using traditional methods of vinification.
The 1964 was distilled using the single distillation process.
Bottled at its natural cask strength of 50,9°.
Deep amber color, bright and clear.
Very attractive, with ripe fruits aromas.
Straight forward, powerful, intense due to the alcohol strength perceived. Roundness and sweetness from the ripe fruit aromas.
Aromas of prunes and rancio, beautiful long length.