A visit to armagnac house Domaine Boingneres with a nighttime dinner next to the still and a visit to the warehouse to drink from the barrels.
A visit to the very cool Armagnac Dartigalongue.
I had the chance to visit the Chateau Castarede, a 17th Century estate/castle in the Bas Armagnac region where they produce armagnac. Florence Castarède was our host for the day.
We drank tannins out of a puddle at this tiny barrel-maker's property in Armagnac.
Most houses grow grapes or make wine or distill wine or age brandy, but Baron De Lustrac, or more accurately the company Millésimes et Tradition, they mostly bottle up single-vineyard, single-grape, single-vintage armagnacs that have been stored on the property where they were distilled.
A visit to the unique and artsy Chateau De Laubade armagnac house.
De Montal armagnac is made at this coop I visited in Gascony, France.
My visit to Domaine de Pellehaut armagnac was super quick, and so also is this post.