Château de Gaube
Producer : Morel
Appellation : Bas Armagnac
Soil type : Tawny sands
Surface : 6,5 hectares
Grape varieties : 100 % baco
Age of the vines : 40 years old
Type of distillation : Continuous at 52% Alc.
Distiller : Saint Martin
Pieces : Made using oak from local forests
After leaving Algeria the Morel family took over the Chateau de Gaube. From 1956, the earliest distillations produced elegant, sophisticated armagnacs. M. Morel personally selected the oak used to make large vats in which their armagnac was to age for 40 years and more. The baco grape is the favoured grape at Chateau de Gaube,producing spectacular armagnacs year after year.