The 1987 vintage is composed of an exquisite yet powerful blend that will captivate even the most sophisticated palate. Signature de France bears the seal of the House of Boinaud, establishing the traditional identity of prestigious Armagnacs and innovating in the spirit of family tradition.
This Armagnac was made exclusively from a combination of 80% Ugni Blanc and 20% Baco grapes, subjected to a single column distillation. The vineyards are located in the municipality of Panjas, spreading over two terroirs, Boulbène where the soils are composed of heavy clay and small stones and Sables Fauves, rich in red sandy soil.
The maturation process took place in 350-litre oak barrels, previously used for the maturation of Cognac. The whole range was bottled at cask strength and produced in limited quantities. Only 5000 bottles of the 1987 vintage are available.