A pale gold colour with aromas of apple pie and orange flower on the nose, with hints of toffee emerging as the Légendaire breathes. A fresh, supple and lively attackof light caramel and liquorice, blossomingto reveal intense and dynamicnotes of roasted fruits and fine spices(nutmeg, grey pepper, cinnamon).A superbly smooth finish.
The crowning glory of Tariquet’s blends. Fresh, fruity and refined, Le Légendaire boasts the raw spirit of a superior Bas-Armagnac.Serve at room temperature or slightly chilled to add a touch of luxury to desserts parties or quiet evenings, without a trace of heaviness.
Freshness, finesse and conviviality: the modern spirit of Bas-Armagnac.
Le Tariquet has been the cradle of an entire family since 1912. First of all, the home of HÃ©lÃ¨ne and Pierre Grassa, who began the tradition with their love of fine Armagnac. Then, the home of their children MaÃ¯tÃ© and Yves, both fervent winemakers, who have now been joined by Yvesâ sons, Armin and RÃ©my, the third generation of winegrowers in the family. Together they manage the Tariquet estate, which has always remained an independent and, now more than ever, family-owned company. They run the property with an eye on the future and have built a business that is well placed to meet market demand. With close to 900 hectares of land, they produce Tariquet white wines and Bas-Armagnac brandies that have won international acclaim. Tariquet were the first winemakers in France to apply the rules of modern winemaking ( No oxidation, temperatures, special yeastâ¦) being taught in France universities of oenology, just before and after the 2nd world war. Most students, sons of vignerons learned but never really applied it, since back home the fathers would insist, with a slap, in continuing with the centuries old methods. Tariquet opened the ways, at first despised by most, then grudgingly admired for their, fresh clean fruity wines. Years later the new world would follow with their successful New World Wines.With such vision Tariquet would also be excellent at Armagnacs, concentrating with foresight on the vine varietal Folle Blanche, which before the Phylloxera crisis, represented 90% of cognac and Armagnac production and was famous for fast ageing, preserving freshness of floral and fruity aromas.
But post phylloxera Folle Blanche was difficult rotting by 25% to 50%. Tariquet must be admired to have persisted to be today the main exponent of brilliant Folle Blanche Armagnacs