Armagnac, Mataro

Although Armagnac is the oldest brandy distilled in France it has taken a back row seat to its more famous cousin Cognac. Not to be confused with Cognac (to the North of Bordeaux,) Armagnac lies between the Adour and Garonne rivers in the foothills of the Pyrenees.

Armagnac was never produced in the same vast quantities that Cognac has been produced and as such, was and continues to be produced by mainly smaller, family-owned producers rather than the ‘big players’ in Cognac.

There are ten different grape varieties used in the production of Armagnac, but four grape varieties in particular provide the backbone for the majority of Armagnacs. Always blended, the four main grape varieties are Baco 22A, Colombard, Folle Blanche and Ugni Blanc.

United Cellars import a wide range of Armagnacs from key producers such as Delord, Castarede, Comte de Lamaestre, Maison Gélas and many more!
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  1. 3 Dark Horses Mataro 2016
    After a vintage in Puglia, Italy, Broomhead left Coriole in 2008 and did another vintage at Châteauneuf-du-Pape in France’s Rhône Valley in ’09 before returning to McLaren Vale. “I put the idea of our own label to Dad and ... Learn More
    James Halliday
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  2. Teusner Dog Strangler Mataro 2019
    The wonderful world of wine gives us around 60 or more synonyms for one of our favourite varieties, Mataro, well-known ones such as Mourvedre and Monastrell, lesser known ones such as Balzac and Exparte. We love the mutts at Teusner (dogs ... Learn More
    Aaron Brasher
    Campbell Mattinson
    James Suckling
    James Halliday's Wine Companion
  3. Cirillo Shiraz 2018
    The Cirillo Shiraz is made with grapes sourced from high altitude vines from Steingarten on the border of Barossa and Eden Valley ranges. The colour is dark, ink-like in appearance. It displays earthy spice driven aromas, with hints of berry ... Learn More
    Cirillo Shiraz 2018
    $30.00 Per item
  4. Year Wines Mataro 2016
    A full-bodied, dry, natural Mataro from the McLaren Vale. The Mataro was whole-berry fermented with wild yeast and kept on skins for 3 weeks. It was basket pressed to a mixture of seasoned French oak hogs heads & barriques. It spent time ... Learn More
    Year Wines Mataro 2016
    $30.50 Per item
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  5. Aphelion The Emergent Mataro 2018
    Emergent Mataro 2018 has a special place in Rob’s heart. The aromatics of this wine jump out the glass with sage, cherry spice and fresh almonds. Powdery tannins provide a canvas for the flavours that wash across the medium bodied ... Learn More
  6. Delord Xo - 10 Years Bas Armagnac (200Ml)
    Bas Armagnac Delord XO is aged for a minimum of 6 years and has a gorgeous burnished/tawny/bronze colour. ... Learn More
  7. Cirillo Mataro 2017
    Here we have Marco Cirillo’s version from his Barossa estate, which was planted with cuttings from the original 1850 vineyard back in 2005. Deeply coloured and flavoured, black cherry and jammy fruits are lifted by crushed pepper and charcuterie complexity. It ... Learn More
    Cirillo Mataro 2017
    $40.00 Per item
  8. Caillard Mataro 2013
    It was inevitable that after 37 years under various guises within the wine industry that Andrew, and his wife Bobby, would start their own wine label. Caillard wines specialises in Barossa Valley Mataro and Shiraz. Mataro is a complex red that ... Learn More
    Caillard Mataro 2013
    $50.00 Per item
    James Halliday
    Gary Walsh
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  9. John Duval Annexus Mataro 2018
    Following the pattern of recent years, the preceding winter rainfalls were above average followed by slightly drier conditions through spring. Warmer than average conditions through October and November promoted healthy canopies, good flowering and a healthy set of bunches. Very ... Learn More
    James Halliday's Wine Companion
    Mike Bennie
  10. Chateau Tariquet 100% Folle Blanche - 5 Years Bas Armagnac
    A remarkably lingering Armagnac, eloquent proof that a four-year-old brandy can already be very good. ... Learn More
  11. Chateau Tariquet 100% Folle Blanche - 8 Years Bas Armagnac
    The delicate finale emphasises the recent marriage of the fruit and the woody structure. A remarkably lingering Armagnac, eloquent proof that an eight year old brandy can already be very good ... Learn More
  12. Castarede Napoleon - 15 Years Bas Armagnac
    The appellation Napoleon is a blend of Armagnac of at least 5 years old. Our Napoleon is a blend of Armagnacs which are around 15 years old. Gives ripe prune aromas and dry fruits. Is very smooth with some rancio notes. ... Learn More
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  13. Delord 1996 Bas Armagnac
    Grape Variety : Ugni blanc, Folle Blanche , Colombard, Baco 22 A ... Learn More
  14. Delord 1985 Bas Armagnac
    Serving circumstance: After meal drinkServing temperature : Room TemperatureReady to drink ... Learn More
  15. Delord 1983 Bas Armagnac
    Light intensity, amber in colour and with pretty orangey tints ... Learn More
  16. Comte De Lamaestre 1990 Bas Armagnac
    Old gold, orange reflections ... Learn More
  17. Grosperrin "Cognac De Collection" Folle Blanche 2008 5 Years Old
    This cognac comes from the blend of 2003 and 2008 vintages, two harvest that were distillated on dregs, and then aged in big grain oak casks. The water reduction was done on an 18 months period in our cellars. ... Learn More
  18. Spring Clearance Bargain Pack! (6x1)

    Kit Contains
    1x Soumah Single Vineyard Hexham Chardonnay 2019
    1x Crittenden Peninsula Pinot Noir 2019
    1x Shadowfax Shiraz 2018
    1x Provenance Henty Pinot Gris 2020
    1x Crawford River 'Young Vines' Riesling 2020
    1x Cirillo Mataro 2017

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  19. Francois Voyer Napoleon - 15 Years
    Serving circumstance: After meal drinkServing temperature : Room Temperature ... Learn More
  20. Comte De Lamaestre 1979 Bas Armagnac
    An intriguing and complex Armagnac. ... Learn More
  21. Chateau Tariquet 100% Folle Blanche - 12 Years Bas Armagnac
    A clean, intense nose expressing softness with vanilla and a pleasant note of cocoa. The esters are subdued, and reveal exotic fragrances when the brandy is exposed to the air. This unusual Bas Armagnac brandies offer a comprehensive and surprising ... Learn More
  22. Chateau Tariquet 100% Folle Blanche - 15 Years Bas Armagnac
    The aromas of crystallised stone-fruits and liquorice are the sign of a great Armagnac of which Gascony can be proud ... Learn More
  23. Delord - 25 Year Old Bas Armagnac
    Serving circumstance: After meal drinkServing temperature : Room TemperatureReady to drink. ... Learn More
  24. Darroze Les Grands Assemblages (Blends) - 12 Year Old Bas Armagnac
    A boisterous 12 year old Bas Armagnac blended and bottled by the incomparable Darroze as part of their Grands Assemblages range. Hints of liquorice and cinnamon here, this really blossoms after a minute or two breathing in the glass. ... Learn More
  25. Gelas 100% Folle Blanche Unfiltered - 18 Years Bas Armagnac
    Folle Blanche is the historic variety of Armagnac which once dominated the vineyards before their destruction by phylloxera in 1878 ... Learn More
  26. Castarede 1987 Armagnac Ba
    Aged in oak barrels. This vintage bottled in 2016 has been aging for 29 years in oak barrels. This 1987 vintage is a powerful expression, fresh and fruit-driven on the nose. Hints of liquorice as well. It’s not as earthy as some ... Learn More
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  27. Domaine Tariquet Art Deco Hors d’Age 15 yrs
    The Hors d'Age from Domaine Tariquet is a supple and complex eau-de-vie, combining finesse and power. The tannins are perfectly integrated, testifying to a subtle alliance between oak and fruit. The finish offers superb aromas of toast, rancio and candied ... Learn More
  28. Darroze Armagnac Gba 20Yrs
    Absolutely stunning Armagnac with incredible richness, spice, and balance. Big wood, lots of spice and vanilla, and a rustic fruit character with seamless execution. ... Learn More
  29. Delord 1972 Bas Armagnac
    Serving circumstance: After meal drinkServing temperature : Room TemperatureReady to drink ... Learn More
  30. Darroze Les Grands Assemblages (Blends) - 30 Year Old Bas Armagnac
    Maturity begins at 30. The fresh fruit is transformed into dried and candied fruit, the spicy character asserts itself, the first aromas of "rancio" appear and the alcohol is perfectly mellow. The fiery youth softens and relents. This Grand Assemblage is ... Learn More
  31. Castarede 1978 Armagnac - Grand Bas
    Topazes and sienna robe with orange touches. It offers a nose with complex flavours, which marries animal notes like leather, floral flavours like eucalyptus and fruity flavours like dry fig and blond tobacco. After warming it up, we can smell ... Learn More
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  32. Domaine Boingneres 2001 Folle Blanche - Bas Armagnac
    Encapsulating all the top aromatic qualities of the 1985 Folle Blanche, yet slightly softer. ... Learn More
  33. Comte De Lamaestre 1967 Bas Armagnac
    Grapes:Ugni blanc, Bacco22A, Colombard ... Learn More
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  34. Darroze Domaine De Tillet 1975
    Darroze have been travelling the Armagnac region and selecting their favourite casks to bottle since 1974. ... Learn More
  35. Delord 1966 Bas Armagnac
    50 year old Armagnac ... Learn More
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  36. Domaine Boingneres 1985 Cepages Nobles Folle Blanche & Colombard - Bas Armagnac
    Distilled in 1985 from Folle Blanche and Colombard grapes, this wonderful Armagnac offers up Rich, spicy flavour. Another stunner from Domaine de Boingnères. ... Learn More
  37. Delord 1962 Bas Armagnac
    Grapes variety: Colombard, Ugni Blanc, Bacco22A ... Learn More
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  38. Castarede 1970 Armagnac Gba
    The Castarède vintages won medals for more than 20 years in large international professional competitions. Farmed according to tradition in hundred-year-old wine warehouses, the Castarède vintages from Armagnac can go back to 1893 ! A great selection sold at the price ... Learn More
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  39. Castarede 1965 Armagnac Gba
    Crystalised fruits, almonds and pecan nuts all combine to provide a style that Castarede has characterised in most of its vintages. Distillation of these armagnacs is at around 60 degrees which accounts for the drier fruit flavours and use of the ... Learn More
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