Armagnac is a distinctive style of grape wine spirit that for more than 700 years has been produced exclusively in three areas of the Gascony region in southwest France:
Bas-Armagnac, Armagnac-Ténarèze,and Haut-Armagnac.
Since 1939, its production has been controlled by an Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC).
There are 10 grape varieties permitted in the making of the wines
for distillation, which offers diversity in style and flavour.
However, armagnac is mainly produced from just four grapes: Ugni-blanc, Follie Blanche, Baco and Colombard.
VINTAGE ARMAGNAC Champagne Cognac.
Harvested in the year stated on the label
and aged for at least 10 years in oak.
HORS D’ÂGE & SUPERIOR QUALITY
Aged for at least 10 years in oak. Typically,
the age is much older.
2 to 3 Years Old
4 to 5 Years Old
6 to 9 Years Old
XO (EXTRA OLD) & HORS D’ÂGE
At least 10 Years Old
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