Duc de Loussac Vintage 1978 Bas Armagnac

Description

HISTORY

Long before his son Maurice Lesgourgues took over Château de Laubade (Bas Armagnac) in 1974, Jean Lesgourgues (1868-1933), the current owners’ great- grandfather, was an Armagnac producer.

Located in Peyrehorade in Gascony. Jean Lesgourgues created his own brand at the end of the 19th century: Duc de Loussac. Since 1974, Duc de Loussac Bas Armagnac are exclusively produced from Chateau de Laubade‘s 260 acres of single estate vineyard.


VINEYARD
260 acres of single estate vineyard in Bas Armagnac.
Four traditional grape varietials: Ugni-Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard and Baco.
Sustainable agriculture: organic manure is produced by 600 ewes.


PRODUCTION:
Grapes exclusively coming from the property. ‘Home-made’ and single distillation, grape varietal by grape varietal.
The only Armagnac House coopering its own casks from Gascony oak, to ensure the finest maturing process
Complete traceability of the eaux-de-vie
The blend differs from a year to another.
A unique selection of rate vintages that are aged 15 to 50 years.


Blend: Baco, Ugni Blanc and Colombard



Collections: Armagnac, Spirits

Type: SPIRITS


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