The Vergers de Gascogne were created in 1946 to can whole white peaches. The Vergers de Gascogne, by regularly adding new creations to their ranges have built up a wide selection of fruit based fare.
The term "rafraichir" a fruit means, in culinary terms, to add a shot of alcohol to the fruit. Reinventing this method they have associated a particular "eau de vie". Just a dash of alcohol is enough as the the most important thing is the aroma given.
Original, surprising in taste and light the "Fruits rafraichis" are very versatile.
Armagnac brandy distilled in the Gers otherwise known as bas armagnac, the Landes otherwise known as l'armagne tenerèze and the Lot et Garonne otherwise known as haut armagnac, areas of France which owe these special names name of the old Armagnac Province which is part of the wine growing area of the South West of France.