Armagnac is the oldest French spirit obtained from the white wines of the historic Gascony region in southwest France. Its production territory, which encompasses the regions of Gers and parts of Landes and Lot-et-Garonne, is concentrated in three areas. Obtained by the continuous processes of the 'armagnacais' still, it is aged in Gascon oak barrels, located in typical chai cellars, and blended with small quantities of young spirits. It is marketed according to the length of time it has been aged under the abbreviations VS, VSOP, Napoléon and XO. This spirit can be drunk neat and, with its ethereal, toasted aromas and warm, velvety taste, is the perfect accompaniment for after-dinner drinks or meditative moments.