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Château de Lacquy Armagnac

Château de Lacquy, in the Armagnac region of France, is the oldest family-owned estate there. It has been operating since 1711. The estate is in Gascony, known for producing spirits. It's in the Bas Armagnac area, famous for delicate and aromatic Armagnacs.

The history of Château de Lacquy blends the family's heritage with Armagnac production. For centuries, the estate has focused on authentic, high-quality Armagnacs. Today, the Boisséson family oversees production from vine to bottle.

The estate's vineyards cover 35 hectares. The sandy and iron-rich soils add complexity to their Armagnacs. They grow traditional grape varieties like Baco and Ugni Blanc. The distillation uses a continuous alembic still, typical of the region. This gives the spirit a unique character.

The ageing process is key at Château de Lacquy. The Armagnacs age in French oak barrels, sourced locally. This maturation blends the flavours and aromas. Over time, the Armagnac develops from fruity and floral to complex, spicy, and nutty.

The estate offers a range of Armagnacs, from VSOP to Hors d'Age. Each one reflects the region's land and the estate's history. Older vintages are highly valued for their smoothness and depth.

Visiting Château de Lacquy offers an insight into Armagnac production and the estate's history. Visitors can see the vineyards, distillation facilities, and cellars. There, Armagnacs age under the cellar master's care.

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