Armagnac is exclusively made from grape juice.
Armagnac is produced in France in the regions of Gers, Landes and Lot-et-Garonne located in Gascony. These three regions form a triangle, close to the cities of Bordeaux, Toulouse and Pau, that region was demarcated by French law decree in May 1909, which attributed the designation "Appellation Controllés Armagnac."
Armagnac is exclusively made from white wines of the following varieties: Folle Blanch, Saint-Emilion, Jurançon and Columbard, grafted on American strains.
This drink has a distillation, made in own stills, of continuous system and regulated so as to obtain a product with alcoholic graduation of 52º.
Aging process in oak hulls, where the graduation of 52º low near the 40º.