Chateau de Laubade, whose facade has been preserved in the 19th century Norman style, is one of the most important properties in the Armagnac region, and their armagnac is number one on today’s "top quality" market (it is considered to be the Hermes of Armagnacs)..
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Chateau Laubade has been producing fine vintage Armagnac since 1893. Vintage Armagnac, much like Vintage Champagne is only produced during years that the producer feels the grape crop is suitable to have its own vintage. In general, vintage Armagnac
Deep mahogany in color with a bouquet of smoky vanilla, baked apple and spice. Ther are notes of honey, sweet oak and candied spiced fruits on the palate with a long, creamy finish.
This is the largest estate in Armagnac, located right in the heart if the Bas-Armagnac region. Reknown for brandies that are elegant and full of flavor, this would be an ideal gift for a special anniversary or birthday.
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