Veuve Goudoulin VS
A light, soft Armagnac, with a dry, herbal and spicy palate.
Our tasting note:
The nose is light and bright, with notes of old oak, spice, and orange zest. The palate is fairly dry, and there are some herbal notes. The finish develops into creamy caramel.
Armagnacs from the Domaine de Bigor began to be commercialised under the Veuve Goudoulin brand in the 1930s. SInce then they have built up a reputation for complex, well balanced brandies.