Champagne Guy Remi
It's not champagne! It's a spirituous drink very well known among the grape-pickers!
An amber robe with nice thatchy highlights.
A first nose with hints of stone fruit, kiwi, orange; then comes a more pastry register with almond paste and grilled dried fruit.
The delicate finish is fresh with hawthorn and mimosa. An impression of complexity and power.
A flavour that matches the nose. Notes of caramel and pear in syrup add to the richness of this cuvée.
It will be perfect with your aperitifs and can even be served as a liqueur at the end of a meal.
It can also accompany a foie gras and even flavour it if you make your own terrines.
In the kitchen, it is a faithful friend of pan-fried scallops!
You can replace the rum of the mojito with Ratafia and thus make a "Ratafiajito".
To be enjoyed at a temperature between 8 and 10 degrees.
Only in bottles.
A production of 300 bottles a year.
Aperitifs; Cocktail; Melon
Pan-fried foie gras; Parmesan shortbread and its Roquefort nut