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Test Wine 2022

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Art. # 10013

Test Wine Original

Alc. 30 %


  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Dryness
  • Tanins
  • Sweetness
  • Freshness
  • Alcohol




  • Pear Pear


For dessert wine

Serving Temperature

Ice Cold Ice Cold

Food pairing

  • Red Meats Red Meats


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The story begins with Jean Darroze and his restaurant in Villeneuf-de-Marsan ... In love with his southwest and centuries-old tradition, this cult gastronomic chef from Landes introduces his son Francis to the culinary arts, the great wines and the exquisite Gascon distillates eaux-de-vie. Thanks to this cultivated taste for tradition, for the authenticity of Bas-Armagnac, Francis Darroze searches the treasures hidden in the depths of small estates and becomes a true discoverer of unique Armagnacs. This naturally led to the construction of a cellar in the 70s, specifically dedicated to aging. Francis' son, Mark, a trained oenologist, followed in his footsteps in 1996. Thus the two "treasure hunters," as Martin Nue called them in his book Eaux-de-vie: le guide, they roam the lands of Armagnac in search of this liquid gold, which they still offer to this day. Today, Francis has taken a well-deserved break and the business is in the hands of Mark, who continues to work as a custodian, a merchant of real antiques, to make these treasures available to us.

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Bekaa Valley

Bekaa Valley

The Bekaa Valley is the heart of modern Lebanese wine - almost 90 percent of it is produced here. The long narrow valley is an oasis of agriculture and viticulture, which stretches for about 65 kilometers between the mountains of Lebanon and Anti-Lebanon. These mountains are the key factor for terroir here, as they provide protection from deserts in the east and sea rains in the west. The first vineyards of Bekaa Valley were planted with Cinsault, which was later joined by other French vine varieties: the red Carignan, Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot and the white Uni Blanc, Clairette and Chardonnay. The oldest winery in the area is Chateau Ksara, which was established by the Jesuit Christians of Taanayel (Tanail) in the 19th century. Chateau Musar, founded in 1930, is another long-established mansion in the valley and perhaps the most famous in the world. A 1979 publication in Decanter magazine by Michael Broadbent played a key role in opening up export markets, which helped establish Chateau Musar's name as a major Lebanese winemaker. The end of the civil war in the country in 1990 sets the beginning of modernisation and focus on quality production, which leads to the emergence of more small boutique family wineries.

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Abrostine is an ancient and almost extinct grape variety for red wine from Tuscany. Today, only one producer, Podere Santa Felicità, makes wine of this variety. It is called Sempremai Sorte, the name symbolizes the uncertainty of Abrustin's fate. Sempremai is made up of two Italian words - sempre ("always") and mai ("never"), while sorte means "destiny". The variety goes well with local Tuscan specialties - pasta alla buttera (pasta with foam with Italian sausage and tomatoes), roasted eggplant with garlic and aged Parmesan.

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