Chabot Armagnac Vintage 1972

The toasty nose is full right from the first whiff; later nosings detect lovely scents of dark toffee, marzipan, roasted chestnuts, and oaky resin. Palate entry is fat, mildly spirity and warm, and semisweet; at midpalate there's a rush of fruity/grapy flavor that overrides the wood and toffee. One of the better, more vigorous vintage-dated armagnacs from Chabot. Bravo. P.P.

Print a Shelf Talker Label
  • Rating
    90-95: Superb/Highly Recommended
  • Alcohol
  • Category
  • Date Published
  • User Avg Rating
    Not rated yet [Add Your Review]
When you buy something through our link, we may earn a small commission. Wine Enthusiast does not accept money for editorial wine reviews. Read more about our policy.
Blind tasting icons How We Blind Taste