Château de Lacquy Bas-Armagnac 1961 / 1972 / 1973 / 1977 / 1981 / 1987 / 1991 / 1992 / 1994 / 1996



Château de Lacquy 是一個面積有400公頃的家族葡萄園,當中的20公頃位於法國西南部Gascony的Armagnac最佳地區。酒莊和建築物由1711年開始,都由同一 家族擁有,在十八世紀的報章報道已證明當時酒莊已有由自家蒸餾機出產雅文邑 (Armagnac)。至今300年歷史共11個世代,此酒莊是最古老的家族雅文邑生產者。

Château de Lacquy 位於這個「金三角」的中心名叫 Grand Bas-Armagnac,酒莊在湖泊旁邊,在歐洲最大的森林邊緣,有茂密樹林包圍。古橡樹、櫸木、榛子樹、野莓樹等,提供充足遮擋,也是多種野生動物棲 息地。20公頃的葡萄樹就種在這地域中心地帶。

每一個Château de Lacquy年分版本,都是由精心挑選,同一年分而由不同葡萄釀製的雅文邑調合而成,每年準備一批以作全年銷售。最年輕的年分是有12年陳年,按各自成熟程度由不同木桶抽取。選取出來的酒會在銷售前才裝瓶,以保持其自然份量的酒精度,所以它們完全純淨天然,直接由木桶入樽。每一年分都與別不同,也會隨時間而繼續成熟下去。



幼沙粘土斜坡面向南方,低石灰岩含量,由'Sables Fauves' 覆蓋,是有豐富氧化鐵和海洋沉積物的土壤。

Baco, Colombard, Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc


Château de Lacquy is a 400 hectares estate with vineyard on 20 hectares situated in the best part of Armagnac area in Gascony (South West of France). The estate and the mansion have belonged to the same family since 1711. 18th century’s papers show that the estate was already producing Armagnac with its own still. With 300 years and 11 successive generations, the estate is the oldest family-owned producer of Armagnac.

Château de Lacquy is the heart of this 'gold triangle' known as Grand Bas-Armagnac. The estate comprises vast wooded area and lakes at the edge of Europe's largest forest. Ancient oaks, beeches, chestnut trees, wild cherry trees, provide shelter for equally abundant and varied wildlife. The 20ha of vines are planted in the very heart of this area. 

Each Château de Lacquy vintage is a blend of selected Armagnac of the same year from different grapes and is prepared annually for one year sales. The youngest vintage is 12 years old, the blend of various barrels depends on their respective maturity. These chosen eaux-de-vie are then bottled just before the sale at their natural volume of alcohol. Vintages are therefore absolutely natural and pure, directly coming from the barrel. Each vintage is different from the other and continues to mature as time goes by.

Country of Origin:

Armagnac (Brandy)

Sandy clay hillsides with an excellent south exposure, low limestone content, covered with 'Sables Fauves', a sand rich in iron oxides and marine sediment.

Grape Varieties:
Baco, Colombard, Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc


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