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1972 Chateau de Laubade Armagnac, France

Wine Notes

This producer makes two Vintage Armagnac: 'Millesimes Celebration' Bas Armagnac and 'Millesimes Collection' Armagnac.

Price Range of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD
Average: $220   From: $205   To: $260

Search Rank 651 What is search rank?
Over all vintages, this was the 651st most popular wine on Wine-Searcher last year. Search rank last month: 796th

Price History for 1972 Chateau de Laubade Armagnac, France
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Grape Variety: Brandy

Brandy is the name used for a wide range of potable spirits, made mostly from grape wines but sometimes also from other fruits (for fruit brandies see Eaux-de-Vie). The name brandy is a shortened form of brandywine, which an anglicized form of Dutch brandewijn, which means 'burnt wine'.

This is precisely what brandy is. To make brandy, wine is heated in a still until it separates into its components, which evaporate at various points on the temperature scale. The more volatile the component, the lower the temperature at which it evaporates, leaving behind  the impurities and heavier compounds. This is the process used to turn wine into brandy.

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Region Hierarchy
  • Bas Armagnac

    Bas Armagnac lies on the western side of the Armagnac region of France and is famed for producing some of the best examples of this distinctively styled brandy. (Copyright material, Wine-Searcher.)

    The local soil is typically acidic, silica-rich, sandy clay and is well suited to the cultivation of the Armagnac grape varieties – in particular, Baco Blanc and Ugni Blanc.

    The temperate, oceanic climate and undulating valleys of Bas Armanganc ensure that the wines used in its brandies are high in acidity and low in alcohol. This, in turn, produces brandies that are stylistically delicate, complex and aromatic.

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  • Armagnac

    Armagnac is a highly aromatic brandy from the Gascony region of far south-western France. Armagnac was France's first brandy and is said to date back more than 700 years, to the early 15th Century. If accurate, this makes Armagnac the oldest distilled spirit produced anywhere in Europe.

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