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Armagnac, *V*S* Armagnacs
Armagnac is a fine brandy from South West France. It is distinguished from Cognac by its use of single continuous distillation rather than double batch
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Single distilled from 100% Ugni-Blanc Bas-Armagnac grapes and aged for two-and-a-half to three years in new oak. Bordeneuve proudly do not add caramel, boise or sugar.
Named ‘Age de Glace’ (Ice Age), due to this armagnac being styled to be served with ice. Made from 100% Folle Blanche wine single distilled to a maximum of 53-55% alc./vol. and...
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