Comte Louis de Lauriston Calvados Domfrontais Fine 2 years 40% 700ml$94.00
Young Calvados aged over two years in oak casks. Very fruity nose and taste of apples and pears. To be served on the rocks, as a cocktail or as a long drink, ideal for cooking or for granités. Awards: Gold Medal, concours International de Lyon 2015 Gold Medal, Gilbert & Gaillard, 2015 Bronze Medal, Caen 2006 (France) For more Comte Louis de Lauriston, CLICK HERE
Comte Louis de Lauriston Calvados 5 year 100% Pear Domfrontais 40% 700ml$136.00
Comte Louis de Lauriston 100% Poire Calvados 40% 700ml Produced in the region of Domfront, under the Calvados Domfrontais Appellation, this Eau de Vie is made from the single distillation in a column still of a peary made from 100% peary pears. Light golden colour. Very fresh and fruity nose with flavours of pears and white fruits (peach). The mouth is elegant with vibrant acidity.
Comte Louis de Lauriston Calvados Domfrontais 1992 42% 700ml$336.00
Comte Louis de Lauriston Calvados Domfrontais 1992 42% 700ml Tasting Notes: On the nose, an immediate presence, with mingled notes of cocoa and pear, evolving towards fragrances of tea and jasmine.This vintage, fresh and frank, is straightforward, elegant and long on the palate. Strong presence of pear, followed by flowery and spicy notes. For more Comte Louis de Lauriston, CLICK HERE
Comte Louis de Lauriston Calvados Domfrontais 40 years 42% 700ml$496.00
Tasting Notes: Guide des Vins Gilbert & Gaillard - Edition 2010 (France) "88/100 - Deep honey, gold with hint of copper. Fine nose that smells of spices, tobacco and cooked apples. Rich and round in the mouth that reveals a spicy flavour. Lovely length". Spirit Journal December 2008 - Paul Pacult (USA) - Rated as highly recommended **** "The chestnut colour is pure, flawless, and very attractive. Following the pour, the nose emits tightly structured, close-knit scents of pear, apples, and wax; after additional aeration, the aroma evolves into a full-fledged brandy bouquet as lean scents of resin, baked apple, and vinyl take charge; not a voluptuous aroma but compelling all the same. The palate entry is a study of controlled sweetness/ripeness while the midpalate phase displays a more generous face in the forms of baked apple, fruity pastry, pipe tobacco, new honey, and oak. Ends crisp, properly acidic, and with baked flavours of fruit, nuts, and nougat". For more Comte Louis de Lauriston, CLICK HERE