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Castarede

The oldest trading house

Initially the trading house carried the name Jules Nismes Delclou & Cie. Ennobled by King Louis XVIII in 1818, the Castarède family gave its name and its arms later on.In 1832, on the advice of baron Haussmann, sub-prefect of Nérac and friends of the family, it featured in the trade register of that time, as the first Armagnac trading house.

A perfect location

Established for 6 generations in the region, first in Lavardac, the Castarède family also owns the Maniban estate in Mauléon-d’Armagnac in Bas Armagnac with its 16th century château and 16 hectares of vines comprising the 3 varieties : Folle Blanche, Colombard  and Ugni Blanc.

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