This wonderfully old Armagnac (it’s an amazing 46-years-old!) was distilled in 1974 and matured for almost half a century before being bottled on January 8 in 2020. It’s produced by Château de Pomès Pébérère, a domain in Ténarèze, one of the three Armagnac plantation areas (terroirs) in the southwest of France. Armagnac is the oldest wine distillate made in France. It was made since 1200 – that’s 200 years earlier than brandy!