Cognac & Armagnac

Cognac and Armagnac are famous typically French distillates, both produced by the distillation of wine. Cognac shares some characteristics with Armagnac but differs in the type of still used, terroir and style.
 Cognac is more elegant and refined while Armagnac is often more powerful, charged and robust.

Cognac is produced in the Charante district north of Bordeaux.
Armagnac, on the other hand, is produced in Gascony, in south-western France, and is divided into three Crus: Haut-Armagnac, Bas-Armagnac and Armagnac Ténarèze. 
Armagnac Castarède VS
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Armagnac Castarède VS

Castarède

€46,90

Armagnac Castarède VSOP

Castarède

€65,50

Cognac Paul Giraud Elegance

Paul Giraud

€61,30

Cognac Paul Giraud Napoleon

Paul Giraud

€94,80

Cognac Paul Giraud VSOP

Paul Giraud

€76,20

The Encantada 1974 Domaine Le Sable Armagnac
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Grape of the Art Castarède 1986

Grape of the Art

€206,50

Grape of the Art Hontambere 1983

Grape of the Art

€195,50

Grape of the Art Cutxan 2006

Grape of the Art

€199,50

Grape of the Art Jean-Luc Pasquet 1979

Grape of the Art

€324,50

Grape of the Art Seailles 2004

Grape of the Art

€159,50

Grape of the Art Hontambere 1985

Grape of the Art

€229,50

Grape of the Art Hontambere 1989

Grape of the Art

€232,00

Grape of the Art Lous Pibous 1995

Grape of the Art

€279,50

Grape of the Art Tiffon 1990

Grape of the Art

€185,00