Origin : Gascony
Description : Gascony gave birth to Charles d’Artagnan, the famous high spirited musketeer. The same temperament is also found in the eau-de-vie Blanche de Bordeneuve. This crystal pure colorless brandy is now called white Armagnac as it is not aged in oak cask.
It is served chilled or with ice as an aperitif and give birth to tasty high quality cocktails. Locally in Gascony it is also consumed in the middle of a generous meal to favour digestion, or as a traditional digestive after eating.
Tasting Notes : Of crystalline appearance, its nose reflects its captivating character. Sweet in mouth, the Blanche de Bordeneuve is frank, ample and its finale persists on its coolness and its youth.
Consume Blanche de Bordeneuve as up-market aperitif: appreciated on ice, it goes also very well in cocktails. Finally, we can drink it nature at the release of the milling machine.