By its aromatic radiance, the nose dispenses a suave scent of bitter almond, faithfully identifying its genus. With a harmonious and willingly tactile smoothness, the mouth is shown to be a sweetness contained with the counterpoint of the energy of brandy and the firmness of a mineral grain.
Its aromatic delicacy results in floral and white flesh scents, to which a bitter almond note adds relevance and pleasure. These flavors harmoniously compose with brandy, letting emerge a tonic and succulent sensation evoking candied citrus fruits.
Developed on the same pattern as its red counterpart, it unites for its part with the Blanche d'Armagnac and the white grape juice coming from the range of grape varieties in color.