Floc De Gascogne, Laubade

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Floc De Gascogne, Laubade

Armagnac White | 17°

Ref : 192950

10.20 10, 20

Bottle 75 cL

i.e. 13.60 € / liter

2 product(s) sold since yesterday

Our oenologists' opinion

Powerful bouquet

Robe
Light Straw

Features

Body ? The body is the way a wine feels inside the mouth. Several factors, such as the alcohol content and the presence of tannins, contribute to the feel of the wine.

Freshness ? The freshness of a wine is defined by its level of acidity. Unlike rounded wines, fresh wines are easy to drink, and are more lively. Acidity plays a necessary part in a wine's structure.

Aging ? All wines do not have the same aging potential. Some are supposed to be consumed at a young age while others must be kept for longer periods of time.

Tannins ? Coming from stems, grape pips and their storage barrels, the tannin gives structure to red wines only.

Do you know ?

Armagnac is born of the confrontation of cultures, Roman by the introduction of the vine, yet Arab and Celtic with the barrel.

Domain and appellation

  • Château de Laubade

    Founded in 1870, the first owner of the Château de Laubade was Joseph Noulens, former French ambassador to St. Petersburg and Minister of War, Finance and Agriculture under the government of Georges Clémenceau. Today, the domaine has belonged to the Lesgourgues family since 1974. Floc de Gascogne is an Armagnac vin de liqueur obtained by combining fresh grape juice and Armagnac from the estate.

     

    • Terroir: Appellation of Controlled Origin since 1990, the Floc is developed with the utmost care beginning with the best Gascony grape varieties: Colombard, Ugni Blanc, and Gros Manseng for the Floc Blanc. Its region of appellation is the Armagnac Appellation.

     

    • Production: Blend of fresh grape juice (2/3) and young Armagnac (1/3). Aged in “worn” oak barrels to obtain the perfect alliance between the fruit and the Armagnac.
  • Main grape
    Colombard

  • Grapes Colombard, Ugni blanc, Gros Manseng
  • Grapes
    • Colombard
    • Ugni blanc
    • Gros Manseng

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