Established in 1828, Chabot Armagnac was first exported in 1963 and is now the world's No. 1 exported premium Armagnac.
The continuous distillation process, coupled with the grape variety and maturation in black oak, is what gives Chabot Armagnac its unique taste.
After distillation, Chabot Armagnac is put into barrels for aging, and barrels are stored in temperature
and humidity-controlled cellars and under the permanent care of a Cellar Master. During the aging process, it extracts color and tannin from the oak barrels, the alcoholic strength diminishes, and the aromas develop progressively.
Chabot now owns and controls its entire operation from vineyards, vinification, distilling and aging to bottling. This is unique in the brandy world, and it ensures the highest quality and authenticity.