Armagnac bears a history that dates back to the 14th Century. Crafted in the Southwest of France using time-honored traditions, independent producers, sun-ripened grapes, and continuous distillation are hallmarks of our operation.
Each has its own characteristics which differ depending on the soil in which it grows. Armagnac is a result of one continuous distillation of the white wine from these grapes. After the distillation, it is aged for two years in oak barrels which come from the forests of Gascony in Southwest France. The eaux-de-vie rest in new barrels first and then are transferred to older barrels where they continue their slow evolution. In the cellar temperature, humidity, thermal variation, and ventilation all influence the quality of the spirit's aging, and are part of what makes each Armagnac distinctive.