Castarede, "Castarede" VSOP, Armagnac AOC, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Castarede, "Castarede" VSOP, Armagnac AOC, 0.7 L
Armagnac amber color with shades of bronze.
Armagnac has a mild flavor with hints of nuts and prunes. Aftertaste - a long, moderately rich.
The aroma of Armagnac - heady with a hints of plum, spice spice and cocoa.
Armagnac - a great digestif, goes well with too strong a cigar; can be used as a base for cocktails.
"Castarede" VSOP - Armagnac ten extracts. In its structure - a mixture of alcohols produced by the distillation of wine from grapes Colombard, Folle Blanche and Ugni Blanc. Humid climate and sandy-silty soil - ideal conditions for the production of Armagnac best in the world. The aging process takes place in casks of black oak Gascon. The wood of the oak tannins twice richer than Limousin oak, and three times richer than the US.
"Castarede" VSOP - the perfect gift for any occasion!
History of the Firm Kastared began in 1832. Baron Georges Haussmann, who comes from a German family, became the manager of a small town called Nerac in the north of Gascony. In those days, the most efficient from an economic point of view was the waterway, and since the town is a few steps from the navigable river Baise, Georges Haussmann decided to use this advantage for the organization of trade Armagnac. Thus was the first house negotsiantsky Castarede, which was named for the owners. After some time, the Baron left Gascony, but the house has not stopped his work and "live" to the present day.
Here is the sixth generation of the family in the face of Florence Castarede Kastared pleases the whole world unsurpassed Armagnac. No crisis may affect the well-being of the company, because the reputation of products - the most important thing for the house Kastared. Unique cellars with more than a century of age, located on the banks of the River Base, contribute significantly to the quality of drinks: this is the perfect place to mature a little gruff and bluff alcohol from armanyachnogo alambika. Twenty years ago, the family acquired the estate of Chateau de Maniban and became the owner of 20 hectares of magnificent vineyards.