A blend of Armagnacs, the youngest being seven years old.
The longer maturation in Montlezun oak gives this style considerable smoothness and a superb fragrance.
The wines are conditioned in Gascon oak casks, matured with care and experience, gained from over one hundred years of knowledge passed down from Father to Son.
Founded in 1851 by Pierre Etienne Janneau, Janneau is the oldest of the great Houses of Armagnac. Janneau's vast stocks and unparalleled collection of old Armagnacs enables the skillful blending of several different Armagnacs to create consistent, award-winning styles.
Two different methods are allowed by regulation to distil Armagnac, the continuous distillation method called 'Armagnacais' and the 'Double Distillation' method using pot stills.
At the House of Janneau they blend brandies produced by both methods, a characteristic which distinguishes their Armagnac from all others.
Janneau continues to lead the field within Armagnac providing excellent quality, innovative contemporary packaging and labelling which clearly defines age and quality.
Tasting Note: Prunes, vanilla and liquorice hints, lovely warmth and very smooth.