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Bought a bottle of this one when I drove down to Spain some weeks ago.
It’s aged between 12 and 18 months in oak barrels.
The aroma is fresh, woody and spicy with hints of sugar from the cane.
The taste is delicate and smooth with hints of oak wood, sugar and caramel.
The medium long finish is fruity with nice woody notes.
Overall an very easy drinkable and I would say that it’s a very good entrance to Agricole if you’ve never tasted before.
Picture: My opened bottle and a poured glass out on the terrace in Estepona.
Agricole fan talking..
There are aromas of whiskey, maybe citrus.
The flavors are mild, from the short aging - I get mostly a light whisky flavor with the agricole notes — really find these ambers & 3-4 year to be my favorite because it’s hard to pinpoint flavors being somewhat mild.
On sent moins la canne à sucre caractéristique à la marque que dans le La Mauny blanc dans cet agricole ambré. Probablement la faute aux notes boisées très présentes tant au nez qu'en bouche.
La finale est moins longue sur le boisé, plus persistante sur quelques notes d'agrumes (citron)
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