A 'Double Maturation' here from Warenghem in Brittany, France. The whisky is initially aged in casks made near by the distillery, before it's then transferred to sherry oak casks to soak up all thoseintense, moorish flavours.
An unusual offering, Brenne French Single Malt whisky is made with malted barley that was grown in Cognac, before being double distilled in a copper alembic still. It was then matured in French oak and Cognac barrels. And variation is welcome, with each bottle being drawn from a single cask,...
Light pink colour with raspberry reflections. Intense nose of little red fruits. Lively and tasty on the palate, round and fruity. Wild strawberry flavours. Ideal as an aperitif, with grilled meats or salads. Will go also well with Asian dishes.
Located in the hamlet of Veaugues, south of the town of Sancerre, the vines are planted on a soil mix of clay and limestone. This enbales the production of grapes that are rich in fruit, reinforced by a strong mineral backbone and good acidity. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel vats and...
Created using the Viognier grape in Languedoc, South of France, this is a light and dry white wine bursting with citrus flavours. The balance of acidity and fruit such as apricot and peach here is wonderful. Best served chilled alongside a delicious fish dish.
A single cask 12-year-old French single malt from Warenghem as part of the Armorik series. This single malt spent over a decade in single Oloroso sherry cask #3298 before being bottled at natural cask strength.
Named for the lead-crystal bottles which harnessed the original Champagne vintages reserved for Russian Tsar Alexander II. Cristal is only produced when the grape quality is highest to ensure that every bottle is a glorious demonstration of the skill of the winemakers and the excellence of the...
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