The oldest House of Armagnac, since 1832
Established in 1832, the Castarèdes House is the oldest House of Armagnac.
The Castarède family possesses one of the most important collections of vintages.
This unique know-how passed down to the six generations who have succeeded each other deserves this reputation of excellence.
An estate full of History
The estate of the family is located in the heart of the Bas Armagnac in Mauléon dArmagnac (Gers). The castle dates back from the 16th centrury, surrounded by four grape varieties : Folle Blanche, Ugni Blanc, Colombard and Baco 22A.
A commitment and a passion
For over 180 years, the Castarède family takes care with love of this unique know-how in producing this nectar. Florence Castarède, the 6th generation and musketeer as dArtagnan travels all around the word to share with people this extraordinary family, cultural and gastronomic heritage.
An international reputation
Present on tables of gourmet restaurants and bars all over the world, Armagnacs Castarède are also available in France and in 50 countries, in liquor stores.
In tribute to Baron Haussmann, deputy of Nérac who encouraged their ancestors to get involved the first in the business, the Castarède family has opened a show-room in the heart of Paris, 140 Boulevard Haussmann.
Armagnac CASTAREDE, 140 boulevard Haussmann 75008 Paris
Tel : +33 1 44 05 15 81 email@example.com