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Domaine de Laballe Famille Laudet EURL

ZA des Deux Pins, 4 Rue des Resiniers, 40310 Capbreton

Telephone +33 6 82902943

This company is main exhibitor of

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CEO Domaine Laballe



Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  •  Sud-Ouest

Our products

Product category: Armagnac / Cognac


The youngest of the collection whose ageing in Landais oak barrels lasts a minimum 3 years. 47.3% ABV young Armagnac with freshness and fruit flavours, ICONOCLASTE because it has been developed to break away from traditional codes: it may be served as aperitif, dry, on the rocks and in cocktails.

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac


Minimum 21 years of ageing. 41.6% ABV. ORIGINAL. It has aromatic complexity of an old Armagnac, powerful and elegant: subtle touches of exotic woods mingle with tobacco and cocoa aromas, a journey to authenticity. As after-dinner liqueur, pure tasting for Armagnac experienced amateurs or less-experienced ones.

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

Veille Réserve – V.S.O.P

3rd reward in Concours des eaux de Vie du Bas Armagnac Landais 2010

Grapes : 100% Ugni Blanc
Alc. degree: 40°


The youngest Armagnac of this blend has 4 years old. The 3 first years, Armagnac is placed into young oak barrels, and then is racked into old barrels not to have too powerful woody aromas

Tasting notes :
Amber color, beautiful light. nose of white flowers, prune and vanilla
The mouth is supple and well balanced, no sensation of alcohool but rather roundness.

This young Armagnac, already testifies of the strong identity of the domaine!

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Product category: Armagnac / Cognac

The oldest vintages

We propose a large range of vintages older than those proposed on this website.

Do not hesitate to contact us to know if the vintage you wish is available.

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Product category: Sud-Ouest

Sables Fauves white dry

Grapes : Gros Manseng, Sauvignon, Colombard, and Chardonnay

Characteristics :

The idea is to maintain and emphasize the minerality inherited from the soils of the Sables Fauves in contrast to notes of fruit; resulting in a wine which is fresh and crisp with a balanced medium body that arouses your taste buds during an aperitif, it is sublime with sea food, fish and white meat.

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About us

Company details

A story of legacy

In 1820, Jean-Dominique Laudet, back from the Caribbean where he spent 20 years doing spice trade, decided to fulfill his dream: to spend the rest of his life producing Armagnac, the oldest French alcohol.

It was then that he acquired the Château Laballe, on the edge of the Landes and the Gers, a region once called Grand Bas Armagnac. At this time, the estate represented 600 hectares of forest and farmland with 120 working people: a major undertaking that did not frighten Jean-Dominique, guided by his desire to produce Armagnac.

The day of the purchase, he wrote with enthusiasm:

“June 16th, 1820, I’ve just acquired a beautiful estate located a few miles from Eauze, [...]” Excerpt from Jean-Dominique Laudet’s book of memoirs.

Thanks to the expertise of Jean-Dominique and to their exceptional quality, the Armagnacs of the Château soon became well known; to such an extent that, in 1929, Jean Dominique exported 200 barrels of Armagnac in New York!

From then on, his passion was passed on from father to son: Jean-Dominique, Alexandre, Julien, Fernand, Robert, Noel, and Christian maintained over the years and centuries the family’s knowhow, each of them bringing his personal touch.

The major change came in the 70’s from Noel Laudet. Formerly steward of the Château Beychevelle, he brought a new dimension to the estate: the wine. With his skills, he diversified the production that so far was only focused on Armagnac, by making dry white wine the other Château’ standard.

Today, Cyril Laudet, the 8th generation, takes up the torch with his wife Julie. Their ambition is to honour their family ancestors by perpetuating their knowhow in accordance with the traditions and to develop the estate, Armagnacs, and wines of Laballe with a contemporary touch inherent in their time and their young ages.

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