Armagnac is France’s oldest brandy with the first written record of its existence dating back to 1411, thus predating Cognac by some 200 years. Sempé Armagnac is produced from white wine made from grape varieties carefully selected from the best vineyards in Armagnac.
This blend contains Armagnacs as old as 30 years, with the youngest being 15 years. The Grande Reserve has an ample and fruity nose with woody notes on the palate, growing slowly spicy on the finish. Sempé Armagnac is distilled only once through a copper alambic, which allows Armagnac to maximize its natural aromas.