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Concours Nautica Magazine Octobre


Armagnac Castarède 1972

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Bas Armagnac Castarède vintage 1972

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Bas Armagnac Castarède vintage 1972


Founded in 1832, the Castarède house is the oldest house in Armagnac and watches over a collection of vintages, the oldest of which dates back to 1888. This unique know-how built by the six generations that succeeded them earned them a reputation as " Excellence around the world. Armagnac official G8 2003 in Evian, Armagnac of the last most expensive dinner of the 20th century at Gavroche in London ...
Located in the heart of Bas Armagnac, the Castarède house has a vineyard of 16 hectares. This estate, which surrounds a 16th century castle, allows them to remain masters of their distillation production until the aging of their Armagnacs in oak barrels of the region. Armagnacs Castarède are distinguished by aging longer than those imposed by the regulations. The Castarède family owns one of the most important collections of vintages.
Characteristics of the cuvée

Wine name: Bas-Armagnac Castarède Vintage 1983
Region: Charente
Appellation: Bas Armagnac
Color: Spirits
Year: 1983
Grape variety:
Alcohol content: 40%
Tip: Serve at room temperature
Domaine and the wine: More than 175 years of experience, love and work, have allowed the Castarède family to acquire know-how in the selection of the best productions from the Bas Armagnac, the methods of distillation and The breeding of this specially French brandy. The Castarède family owns two multicentenary wine cellars: one on the banks of the Baïse: at Pont de Bordes (Lavardac) in the Lot-et-Garonne, the cradle of wine marketing (marketing which at the time was done by waterways) . This aging cellar, a true "eco-museum", has been preserved in the same spirit as its foundation in the 19th century. It is considered by specialists as an exceptional place for aging due to the presence of this river, the Baïse, which creates remarkable isothermal conditions. It offers the best aging conditions for old vintages. The other, at Mauléon d'Armagnac, is located in the great Bas Armagnac, where the Château de Maniban, surrounded by vineyards, is planted with three varieties: the Blanche, the Colombard and the Saint-Emilion.
Wine tasting

Eye: Color Pale gold.
Nose: Nose of candied fruit, vanilla.
Palate: Attack in the mouth soft and round. Armagnac perfumed, pronounced floral note.
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Serve: Serve at room temperature.

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