chabot - brandy from armagnac, france 

ChabotArmagnac (French pronunciation: [aʁmaˈɲak]) is a distinctive kind of brandy produced in the Armagnac region in Gascony, southwest France. It is distilled from wine usually made from a blend of Armagnac grapes, including Baco 22A, Colombard, and Ugni Blanc, using column stills rather than the pot stills used in the production of Cognac. The resulting spirit is then aged in oak barrels before release. Production is overseen by INAO and the Bureau National Interprofessionel de l'Armagnac (BNIA).

Armagnac is the oldest brandy distilled in France, and in the past was consumed for its therapeutic benefits.

Research conducted by scientists at Bordeaux University in 2007 suggested that Armagnac has health benefits,[3] finding that moderate consumption can help protect against heart disease and obesity. The research seemed to indicate that the benefits derived from its unique distillation process and aging rather than from its alcoholic content. The southwestern area of France, where Armagnac is produced, has some of the lowest cardiovascular disease rates in the world.

Chabot official is

Chabot Armagnac brandy, 2011 world's no. 1 exported of Armagnac, has the following collections:
1. Chabot VS - Aged at least 3 years
2. Chabot VSOP - Aged at least 5 years
3. Chabot Napoleon - Aged at least 6 years
4. Chabot XO - Aged at least 25 years
5. Chabot Extra - Aged up to 50 years
6. Chabot Vintage 20 years
7. Chabot Vintage 25 years
8. Chabot Vintage 30 years

Chabot VintageIn additional to great normal Armagnac, Chabot Vintage 1988 has won Concours Des Grandes Eaux-de-vie d’Armagnac Eauze Award in 2008. Chabot Vintages are bottled with clear bottles, gold waxed corks and parchement label and packed in a wooden tube gift box with distiguished label printed with the harvest year.Chabot Vintage