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 : Vintage Collection
Janneau Vintage 1974
Within the Armagnac appellation controlee, the wines originate from the sandy soils, called "tawny sands", of the Bas Armagnac region.
The 1974 is the result of the single distillation the Baco grape variety.
It has been aged in oak barrels from Gascony in JANNEAU's ancient cellars.
Color : Amber with green tinges, bright and clear.
Nose : Pleasant suggestions of earthy undergrowth with vanilla notes.
Mouth : A smooth strength and rich mouth feel with flavors of prunes.
Long finish with elegant tannins.
Bottled at cask strength at 48.6°
Janneau Vintage 1984
The wines originate from the clay and calcareous soils of the Ténarèze region.
The 1984 is the result of the single distillation of the Ugni Blanc grape variety.
Colour : Bright and clear with copper highlights.
Nose : Aromas of licorice on the nose.
Mouth : straight forward entry with great balance, round. Licorice on the finish too.
Bottled at cask strength at 51,3°
Janneau Vintage 1994
The wines originate from the Bas Armagnac and Ténarèze region.
The 1994 is the result of the single distillation of the Ugni Blanc and Baco grapes.
Colour : Bright and with golden highlights.
Nose : Complex with spice aromas.
Mouth : straight forward entry, rich and matured tannins.
Rancio and spices on the finish.
Bottled at cask strength at 58,3°