The "folle blanche" is a grape variety quite common in the Cognac and Armagnac regions.
The aromas of dried fruits (prunes, nuts) are very present on the nose. After a few minutes of airing, vanilla and chocolate are felt.
In mouth, prunes are still present. Spices are added, notably pepper. Finish on cinnamon and cocoa.
The Armagnac Ténarèze de Ladevèze AOC is rooted in the Gers department. This cuvée is made from folle blanche, an indigenous grape variety, and reveals a beautiful complexity.