the Castarède family, the oldest house of Armagnac

Old Liquors, Castarède, Cote of Arms

1832:  Pont de Bordes, near Nérac, is the place where the first trading House of Armagnac settled with its cellars alongside an old Roman road and on a tributary of the Garonne river, the Baïse. Baron Haussmann, Deputy of Nérac between 1832 and 1839, encourages the family to get involved in the business. Thanks to him the family has traded from 1832 casks brought by carts from the Bas Armagnac region. Ennobled by King Louis XVIII in 1818; the Castarède family gave the company its name and its coat of arms. In 1832, the company was included in the trade register as the first trading House declared in Armagnac trading. 

A family heritage

Old Liquors, Castarède, Château de Maniban

The family bought the attractive Château de Maniban in the Bas Armagnac region, considered as the most highly rated terroir of the whole Armagnac region and producing the best Eaux de vie.

180 years of history, love and passion

Old Liquors, Castarède, Family

The Castarède Family has been managing and developing its activity for 6 generations and the independent family house has received the quality certification "Living Heritage Company" ( Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant). This distinction, delivered by the French State (Ministry of Finance) is a reference of quality that testifies a French savoir-faire. Today, Florence Castarède runs the company.

The distillery

Old Liquors, Castarède, Distillery

The family personally handles the entire wine-making-process, distillation, ageing in wooden oak casks and bottling, which is carried out at the Castle.


Old Liquors, Castarède, awards

Armagnac Castarède received many National and International medals

Our Castarède bottles

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