Armagnac-Ténarèze, around the town of Condom, which some call the capital of Ténarèze, covers the northwestern part of Gers and the south of Lot-et-Garonne (around Mézin and as far as Nérac).
Its eaux-de-vie come from boubene and clay-limestone soils composed mainly of brick-colored clay silt as well as sand and pebbles.
Ténarèze is the second producing region of Armagnac (behind Bas-Armagnac) with 32% of areas identified for production.
A full-bodied character
Characterized by bouquets of spices and violets, Armagnacs-Ténarèze require prolonged aging to tame this atypical character.
These eaux-de-vie are generally used in blends, thus bringing the full-bodied character to Armagnac.
Our Armagnac-Ténarèze Armagnacs
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