Armagnac

(from the article `brandy`) ...also make brandy. Outstanding French brandies include cognac, from the Charente and Charente-Maritime départements of France, usually considered ...
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Armagnac

noun dry brandy distilled in the Armagnac district of France
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Armagnac

[party] The Armagnac party was prominent in French politics and warfare during the Hundred Years` War. It was allied with the supporters of Charles, Duke of Orléans against John the Fearless after Charles` father Louis of Orléans was killed at the orders of the Duke of Burgundy in 1407. The party took its name from Charles` father-in-law,...
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Armagnac

A type of brandy that has been distilled from wine made from grapes grown in the area surrounding th
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Armagnac

Armagnac (ärmänyäk') , region and former county, SW France, in Gascony, roughly coextensive with Gers dept. Auch is the chief town. Armagnac is famous for the brandy bearing the same name. The counts of Armagnac originated in the 10th cent. as vassals of the dukes of Gascony. Thei...
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Armagnac

Armagnac is a deep-coloured brandy named after the district of Armagnac in Gascony, South-West France, where it is produced.
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Armagnac

brandy from the Armagnac area of Southwestern France.
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Armagnac

historic region of southwestern France, now contained in the département of Gers. It is a region of hills reaching a height of 1,000 feet (300 m) and ... [1 related articles]
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Armagnac

[n] - dry brandy distilled in the Armagnac district of France
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