Armagnac is a beverage produced in France in the Gascony region, exclusively with white wines of the grape varieties: Folle Blanch, Saint-Emilion, and Jurançom Columbard, grafted on American strains. With own distillation, of continuous system, patent-still, is adjusted so as to obtain a product having an alcoholic strength of 52°C. Aging in oak casks low the alcohol content of 52 for close to 40ºC. The Cognac is a special variety of distilled brandy, of the Cognac region of France. There are six Cognac Denominations: Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne, Borderies, Fins Bois, Bons Bois and Bois Ordinaires. According its aging: Standard, V.O. means Very Old, V.S.O. Very Special Old; V.S.O.P. Very Special Old Pale; V.V.S.O.P. Very Very Special Old Pale and X.O. Extra Old.