West Hollywood, California, April 25th, 2017 – Cyrano's armagnacs were recognized across the board for their exceptional quality at the 2017 San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC), winning 3 medals.

The 2017 SFWSC was held at the Hotel Nikko, San Francisco, April 20th through April 23rd. 43 spirits experts convened to judge a record-breaking entries-- over 2,100!

As a new brand in the Armagnac category, Cyrano is passionate about distilling and is known for making some of the very best spirits that France can produce. Cyrano is proud to have generations of craftspeople who are carrying on their family traditions in Armagnac making, and sharing their skills, experience and enthusiasm with the next generation.

Cyrano 25 Years old, Armagnac, GOLD MEDAL

Cyrano 50 Yeras old, Armagnac, GOLD MEDAL

Cyrano Roxane, Blanche Armagnac, SILVER MEDAL


About The San Francisco World Spirits Competition

The San Francisco World Spirits Competition, the largest, most influential international spirits competition in America, is judged by a prestigious panel of nationally recognized spirits experts. Judging is based on a blind, consensual procedure, ensuring competitive integrity as it remains the nation’s most respected spirits competition. For more information about the competition visit

About Cyrano

Cyrano Is a family-owned company creating Armagnac, a grape-based distilled spirit with roots dating from the 14th century, produced and crafted in very small quantities in Gascony, France. Land of troubadours, poets and musketeers.

Cyrano defies the established idea of the category by creating a new standard of premium spirits exclusively designed for Bartenders and Sommeliers, from the liquid, to the bottle to the story.