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Domaine Boingneres

Boingneres

Brand Details

Founded:
1807
Ownership:
Family Enterprise
Master Distiller:
Martine Lafitte
Estate Size:
19 Hectares
Distillation:
Continuous

Domaine Boingneres

Non Vintage

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
48%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

An excellent high-strength non-vintage armagnac from the Bas Armagnac region. Heavy and complex offering from Domaine Boingnères, a producer which was founded in 1807, and has maintained its quality over 6 generations.

Domaine Boingneres

Boingneres 2001 Folle Blanche

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
49%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

A 2001 vintage Bas Armagnac from the Lafitte family-owned Domaine Boingneres, a house famed for using a large amount of the Folle Blanche grape in their products.

Domaine Boingneres

Vintage 1986 Folle Blanche

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
49%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

A 1986 Bas Armagnac. A rare example of vintage Armagnac distilled entirely from Folle Blanche grapes. Distilled in a very small still resulting in a bigger, richer more complex spirit.

Domaine Boingneres

Vintage 1985 Folle Blanche/Colombard

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
49%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

Distilled in 1985 from Folle Blanche and Colombard grapes, this wonderful Armagnac offers up Rich, spicy flavour. Another stunner from Domaine de Boingnères.

Domaine Boingneres

Vintage 1981 Folle Blanche

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
48%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

Distilled exclusively from the Folle Blanche, this terrific 1981 vintage from Domaine Boingnères offers up plenty of spice and richness.

Domaine Boingneres

Vintage 1979 Cepages Nobles

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
48%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

A superb high strength 1979 vintage armagnac from the Lafitte family property at Domaine Boingneres, who use a high proportion of the seldom-seen Folle Blanche grape in their assemblage.

Domaine Boingneres

Vintage 1972 Cepages Nobles

Product Details

Alc/Vol:
47%
Bottle:
70cl
Case Size:
6 x 70cl
Origination:
France

A cask strength 1972 vintage armagnac from traditional producer Domaine Boingneres, who use a high proportion of the seldom-seen Folle Blanche grape in their assemblage.

The Story of Domaine Boingneres

Originally founded in 1807 by Jean Boingnères it has for six generations steadfastly maintained the often difficult path of never producing anything but the best armagnacs.

However, it was not until 1953 that the style of the armagnacs began to change forever as Léon Lafitte took over the estate when his father-in-law died. He first expanded the vineyard area, and second sold bottled stock directly to all the famous restaurants, where Boingnères’ reputation soon became second to none.

He later replanted the vineyards with his favourite grape varieties, principally folle blanche with some colombard and ugni blanc, for which he coined the phrase Cépages Nobles. He then built a new press house and ageing cellar and in 1975 a new still was purpose built by Ster to give the greatest extraction of flavour from the wines.

Today Martine Lafitte carries on the Boingnères tradition of excellence. The Boingnères armagnacs are distilled to 52 % (allowing the maximum of congeners to pass over into the spirit) and then aged in a very specific manner. Half of the new spirit is put into new charred casks of local oak—up to 15 casks per year—and aged for two years, before it is transferred to older wood. The other half goes into two year-old barrels where it remains until required for blending and bottling. 

The Lafitte family, considers Armagnac the noblest of products, a masterpiece. Perfection is the family’s everyday quest and this starts with the inimitable terroir of the domaine.

The estate is situated in the commune of Le Frêche, where the soil, a narrow strip of land only 25km by 8km, is dotted with springs and sheltered by the Landes Forest. This small piece of the Bas Armagnac has soil of a particular lightness, a fine siliceous clay mixed with sand and iron elements where the finest of brandies are produced.

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