CHÂTEAU DE LACAZE 1973 Version Française


In 1973, Thomas Guasch’s father, the current cellar master at Domaine de Bordeneuve, fell in love with the Armagnacs produced by Domaine de Lacaze. So much so that he decided to buy the annual harvest. This version, made from 60% Baco and 40% Ugni Blanc grapes, originated from there. After 18 months of aging in new oak barrels, it continued to mature in a reddish, fine-grained cask from the Vosges forest, less tannic. The result is this superb expression with fruity, spicy, mineral, and herbaceous tones.

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SKU: 64709 Categories: , , Brand: Volume: 70clReference: 64709


Tasting Notes

Colour : Amber.

Nose : Sunny, serene. The first nose expresses itself with honesty and generosity through spicy, mineral, fruity (grape, grapefruit, lime), indulgent (red fruit coulis, coconut cake), and herbaceous (lawn) scents. A beautiful creaminess illustrates the second nose.

Palate : Supple, lively. The palate entry displays silky tannins, wrapping around juicy notes of melon and livelier tobacco notes in the mid-palate. The finish affirms the character of this Bas-Armagnac, evolving towards mineral, apricot, and orange territories.

Finish : Expansive, warm. Bitter and mineral, the finish releases grape juice flavors. Then, nutmeg brings warmth. The very end of the palate guides us through spicy, fruity, and herbaceous sequences.

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Weight 1.000 kg


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