Armagnac (pronounced ahr-muh n-yak) is a dry, typically single-distilled, brandy produced in the Armagnac district of southwestern France. It is made using a blend of Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Bacco and Colombard grapes and is typically aged in Limousin or local Gascon oak. It has a fruitier nose than its cousin Cognac due to its single distillation, higher alcohol content and blend of grape varietals.