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Conservation, and the language of the labels

Armagnac does not alter once it has been bottled. It can be drunk from the moment it is acquired. Just keep the bottle upright so that the alcohol doesn't attack the cork.

The indications shown on the label of a bottle of Armagnac concerning its age always refer to the youngest brandy used in its production :

Three Stars indicate that the Armagnac has aged for at least two years in the wood,

V.O., V.S.O.P. or Reserve is for those Armagnacs that have aged for at least five years in the wood,

Extra, Napoléon, X.O., Vieille Réserve, refers to those Armagnacs that have aged for at least 6 years in the wood.

Hors d'Age refers to those Armagnacs that have aged for at least 10 years in the wood.

The specification of Armagnac « Millésimé » corresponds exclusively to the year of the harvest shown on the label. It is often marketed according to its natural degree of ageing.

* à déguster avec modération !

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