Chateau de Laubade, Bas Armagnac Vintage 1991 (700ml)
Chateau de Laubade
Bas Armagnac Vintage 1991
Château de Laubade was built in 1870 in the heart of the noblest area of the AOC Bas Armagnac and is today the premier Armagnac property.
Today, the third generation is actively involved in the quest of excellence of the property, composed of 105 hectares of single vineyard, to make Château de Laubade an undisputed reference among the Armagnac category.
105 hectares of single vineyard in Bas Armagnac. Four traditional grape varieties: Ugni-Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard and Baco (the most emblematic). Sustainable agriculture: organic manure is produced by 600 ewes.
The most awarded house of Bas-Armagnac!
The pursuit of excellence has allowed Château de Laubade to gain recognition and confidence from both the wines and spirits critics and from the most loyal clients in France and abroad.
Over the past 30 years, Château de Laubade has been regularly awarded with more than 120 medals in the most prestigious competitions.
STRENGTHS OF LAUBADE
Grapes exclusively coming from the property and from a single year ‘Home-made’ and single distillation, grape variety.
‘Home-made’ and single distillation, grape variety by grape variety.
The only Armagnac House coopering its own casks, from Gascony oak, to ensure the finest maturing process.
Complete traceability of the eaux-de-vie.
The blend differs from a year to another. A unique range selection of Vintages that are older than 50 years.
Stored in dames-jeannes that guarantee a slow and highly controlled evolution.
The oldest “Collection vintages” rest in a unique ageing cellar called Le Paradis (Paradise in French).