Maison Lhéraud is located in the Lasdoux estate in the town of Angeac, in the Cognac appellation in Charentes. In 1860, Alexandre Lhéraud was the first in the family to plant vines in his garden. Today, the estate consists of 85 hectares of vines spread over 2 of the 6 Cognac crus, mainly Petite Champagne. The Lhéraud family owns 5 cellars in blonde Charente stone where the Limousin oak barrels rest and allow natural aging. From Lannepax in the Gers, Maison Lhéraud produces a wide range of Armagnacs under the name of Baron Gaston Legrand . Armagnacs are the result of a simple distillation of dry white wines from the Ténarèze region in a column still.