Since 1890, the Dèche family has been shared a passion for the vines.
In 1975, Francis Dèche, 4th génération, bought the Blaise estate, adjacent to the Millet family vineyard with the ambition to produce a famous Armagnac.
This plot , the highest of this estate, benefits a large slope facing south on moor soils . Bordered by groves, and overgrown by gorse, ferns, broom and heather, Francis Dèche had the intuition that this clay-siliceous soil , in places mixed with ferruginous elements, the "sables fauves", would be an excellent terroir for the production of Armagnac.
Year after year, the vines of Baco and Ugni Blanc are planted, the Blaise vineyard is born. It produces a light, acidulous white wine, with a well pronounced aromatic character. At the end of its fermentation, the wine is distilled in a traditional single-distillation, giving Armagnacs with remarkable ageing potential.
Today , His daughter Laurence carries on his work to offer the finest Blaise Armagnacs in a warm atmosphere giving priority to sharing and exchange between generations.