Two centuries ago was an empress who wished to drink a high-quality Cognac with the colour of ancient gold. This is in this spirit that Yann Fillioux, Hennessy's Cellar Master, decided to imagine and create Paradis Imperial. Made of a blend of exceptional Cognacs, this is an elegant and subtle eau-de-vie with a great length and flower aromas, balanced by smoked hints. An outstanding crystal decanter was created by Stéphanie Balini, each of which is unique and numbered.
As autumn is coming soon and mornings are colder every days, our body needs more vitamins, minerals and protective antioxidants. Exactly all you will find with Pressoirs de Provence's fruit and vegetable juices. Awarded several times at the French Concours Général Agricole, Pressoirs de Provence chooses the best products, picked at the perfect time, to elaborate its juices through a traditional process. From Kiwi to Raspberry, passing by the cocktail Orange-Carrot- Apple, your palate will discover colorful tastes and freshness… and keep the sun a little longer.
As reveals its name, one of France most prestigious castles, Chambord is elaborated in the Loire Valley with red and black raspberries, selected for their quality and aromas. The unique and refined taste of Chambord is not only due to the choice of the fruits, but also to natural aromas such as honey, vanilla, spices and Cognac XO. Its roundness, aromas and uniqueness make this liqueur an essential ingredient for delightful cocktails, as the Chambord Fusion.
2 cl. of Chambord – 2 cl. of Vodka – fresh pineapple juice.
Guided by the compass, new symbol of the House, Nicolas Feuillatte, third international Champagne Brand, changes the design of its range. The compass embodies perfectly the whole spirit and philosophy of its founder: going beyond conventions and discover new territories.
Escape, elegance and harmony are the keywords of Nicolas Feuillatte bottles' new aesthetic.
Muscadet, French wine appellation of the Loire Valley, greets three incomers, three local Crus which have been granted an "appellation d'origine" by the French institution INAO. Cultivated by only 65 wine-growers on 100 hectares, these wines obey strict production's specification, pursuing excellence.
Clisson, Le Pallet and Gorges can be drunk very young but they become more complex while kept in cellar for many years (up to 20). Clisson vines are cultivated on a granitic soil. The wines must aged at least 24 months to develop the richness of their quince, dry and candied fruits aromas. Gorges wines' aromas are rather on the minerality, with finesse and a smoked note very typical of the variety. In a warmer terroir, on a stone and gneiss soil, Le Pallet wines need more than 17 months of ageing to unveil elegant aromas of fruit and flower. Clisson, Le Pallet and Gorges are therefore three good reasons to (re)discover Muscadet.