In the Château de Maniban acquired in the 16th century, the Castarede family watches over the cultivation, production, distillation and aging of its Armagnacs.
The estate is surrounded by vineyards planted with three varieties of vines: Folle Blanche, Colombard and Saint-Emilion.
The Castarede family owns multi-centenary winery, preserved on the banks of La Baïse in the Lot-et-Garonne. According to specialists, this site creates remarkable isothermal conditions for the best possible aging of the vintages.
- Elected Best Armagnac of the World in Great-Britain
- 2018 General Agricultural Contest of Paris : Castarède XO 20 ans d’âge, Gold Medal
- World Award of the best Armagnac for the Hors d‘Age 20 ans
Golden robe with copper tints. Charming nose with leather notes which reflect its old age, and some touches of vanilla. Smooth in the mouth it is round but spicy, with very harmonious tanins and perfectly melt wood flavours. Well balanced with no acidity, this armagnac is voluptuous with an exceptional structure.