Château de Lacaze

Chateau de Lacaze

Old Liquors, Château de Lacaze

Chateau de Lacaze Armagnac made in vintages, which are a single grape harvest from year to year. As are all Armagnacs, it is a distillation of wine grapes aged in oak from a particular region in France: namely, the Gascony region. Château de Lacaze was a small but spectacular producer. They also produced their Armagnac for British Wine traders like Howells of Bristol. Approximately one or two years after distillation the Armagnac is shipped in cask to the United Kingdom where it eventually will be bottled, but first, it is stored in damp cellars, perfect for slow aging for these so-called landed Armagnac. It appears that the distillery is no longer in operation.

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