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Domaine de la Tuilerie is a small family estate located in the heart of Bas-Armagnac, a renowned terroir of the "fawn sands". All our Armagnacs are distilled with a traditional hot still....Lire plus Learn more
Domaine de la Tuilerie is a small family estate located in the heart of Bas-Armagnac, a renowned terroir of the "fawn sands". All our Armagnacs are distilled with a traditional wood-fired still, and aged in oak barrels in the secret of a hundred-year-old cellar. at the estate, we produce our armagnacs in an environmentally friendly way and using traditional methods used by past generations. Our Armagnac is a local product, it is authentic unlike standard industrial productions, and when you come to meet us, you will discover a colourful domain: the oak barrels, the copper of the still, the brick that makes the chiai or the half-timbering. Outside, you can enjoy the "Jardin des Senteurs" and the re-habilitated bread oven in an artist's studio.
Between the Gers and the Landes, Domaine de la Tuilerie has been creating traditional armagnacs since 1934. Vintage after vintage, Colette, artist and master alembic, produces liqueurs with a unique identity, the family alembic is at the heart of the production of each cuvée. The Tuilerie's creations do not stop with armagnac: you can taste prunes with armagnac or even beer with armagnac. marketed in vintages, they offer sweetness and finesse to the tasting, in a harmony of aromas of prunes, vanilla and candied fruit, richer and more fulfilled over the years.
When autumn arrives, don't miss the Open Doors! Distillations and exhibitions of paintings and ceramics are offered to you for a moment on this magnificent estate.