Normally we're buying bottles for birth year matches... those milestone birthdays like thirty, forty, and fifty. But this 1992 vintage blew our minds when we tasted it. Mature beyond its years, this shows a balance of rancio, a note of a freshly baked tuile, chocolate gelato and thunderously oaky bass note. It's a bottling we went a little nutty for. These limited, cask-strength Armagnacs are always a real hit, and a treat for us to get our hands on for you. Act now or miss out on the fun!
Château de Laubade's production is entirely estate sourced, unlike other producers in Armagnac. They buy no outside grapes, but more impressively, they make their own casks from estate harvested Gascony oak trees. The production of Armagnac predates that of Cognac by 150 years, and with that added experience, it's no wonder these are the brandies serious connoisseurs are drawn to.