It is the oldest trading House of Armagnac in France. Established in 1832. This year, it just turned 186 years old.
The Castarède Family has been managing and developping this activity since 6 generations. Today, Florence Castarède runs the company.
It owns one of the most important collections of Armagnac vintages, the oldest one dating from 1893.
Our cellar-masters, who succeeded stayed respectively, 36 and 25 years. They showed the continuity of this traditional knowledge, regarding the selection of the best productions from the Bas Armagnac , the methods of distillation and aging.
Raised according to the ageing process perpetuated at Castarède cellars, the non-vintaged qualities as VS, VSOP, XO and Hors d’Age all go beyond legal ageing.
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