1962 Chateau de Laubade Armagnac France
Of four vintage Laubades tasted in a set, this was the most profoundly coloured and most compelling aroma-wise; deep and brooding but better after ample air contact, the bouquet opens with hints of chocolate box and liquorice root, slowly unfolding classic notes of dried fruits, burgeoning caramel and vanillan oak. Full bodied flavours of fruit cake and baking spice are underscored by chewy tannins.
Château de Laubade Bas Armagnac Vintage 1962 blends Baco and Folle Blanche eaux de vie in a rare, smoky, cigar and tobacco style. A gift to delight Armagnac lovers born in 1962.
The house of Laubade offers an undisputed selection of single-vintage Armagnacs. The Collection range, including the 1962, includes the rarest vintages that have aged for at least half a century in Gascony oak. Every bottle has its own bottling date, revealing its precise age.