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The ageing notices mentioned on the Armagnac label always refer to the youngest brandy that was used :

  1. "***" for the brandy has been aged for at least 2 years in oak barrels,
  2. "V.O.", "V.S.O.P." ou "Réserve" for the brandy has been aged for at least 5 years in oak barrels,
  3. "Extra", "Napoléon", "X.O.", "Vieille Réserve" for the brandy has been aged for at least 6 years in oak barrels
  4. "Hors d'Age" for the brandy has been aged for at least 10 years in oak barrels.

Source BNIA

   
Once it has been bottled, the brandy does not change.
We put in the bottle just before his commercialisation.
The month of bottling is written on lhe label.
For example : L1005 it mind "october 2005".

 

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