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)..
complex and delicate
Ch de Laubade Extra This is a blend of different vintages, the youngest of which is 28 years old. Complex notes of marshmellow, cedar, coffee, toffee, butterscotch and dark honey are displayed here. The mouthfeel is creamy and buttery. The finish, as one would expect, is a bit spicy with some black smokey oak and tabacco. A long finish with still quite a bit of acidity. I like!