The youngest of the eaux-de-vie composing this blend was aged in black oak barrels for 10 years. Amber color, beautiful shine, powerful and rich nose, aromas of oak, prune and orange blossom. The palate is full-bodied, structured and elegant, typical of Bas Armagnac.
The vineyard is situated on a unique, rare, and non extensive land called Sables Fauves (tawny sands). These soils are well known for producing Armagnac because they are the land of choice of the Bas-Armagnac region, but the Laballe estate was the first to produce wines in this region.