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Cognacs & Armagnacs

Cognac and Armagnac are the most famous French grape-based brandies in the world.

Cognac was created by winemakers wanting to export their low-alcohol white wine to England and Holland. They had the idea of ​​distilling it to better export it. With aging in oak barrels , its success became total in Holland who called this brandy “brandewijn”, from which the word “brandy” came.

Armagnac is one of the oldest eaux-de-vie. It has existed since the beginning of the 15th century and, according to some historians, it dates from the 13th century. Its long history merges with that of d'Artagnan's Gascony and is completely part of the French historical and gastronomic heritage.

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