Focus on a historical producer of Bas-Armagnac that has whithstood the passage of time.
Pierre Martin Neuhaus, 3rd generation, has been trying his best over the last few years to dust off the image of calvados with modern packaging and fair prices.
Entwined with the world of gastronomy and Bas-Armagnac, Darroze have imposed themselves by their transparency and their excellent value-for-the-price.
Focus on a terroir that had practically disappeared from the radar: Haut-Armagnac, which Château Arton is helping to bring back into the limelight with modernity.
Founded in 1832, Castarède is the oldest trading house of Armagnac operating on the market. Despite its age, history and tradition do not smother the verve needed to address rising challenges.
Like its south-western counterparts, calvados is several centuries old. Yet, it remains a “regional” product in the eyes of many people in France. Rightly or wrongly? Let us focus on an underestimated spirit.
First things first, Monsieur Baco tells you the differences between these two spirits which constitute the roots of French tradition.