Crème de Pêche is best drunk as an aperitif, over ice, or mixed with a sparkling wine to make a 'bellini'. This liqueur is made by macerating vine peaches in alcohol and then adding sugar syrup. The small, purple, white peach is delicious and full of flavour and often planted amongst the vines. They mature in September, at the same time as the grapes, which gives rise to its name 'Pêche de Vignes'.
|Aroma||Characteristic aromas of fresh vine peaches.|
|Flavour||Round taste of fresh and juicy vine peaches with a sweet and rich finish.|
|Reduction and Strength||Once the vine peaches have been macerated in grape brandy, it is reduced it to18% abv with water from Nusbaumer's own Vosges mountain spring.|
|Viticulture||Located in Alsace in the heart of the Val de Villé, Nusbaumer manages to express the richness of its terroir and fruits in all its liqueurs.|