The firm is in Petite Champagne but they have a small vineyard in Grande Champagne from where this comes. The style is the same for both crus but the aroma and flavour is of fresh apricots.
|Aroma||A dominance of dried apricot and peaches|
|Distillation||Recenty installed some new big stills. Their style is fruity and distillation is probably around 68 - 70 degrees. This is a well managed and good distillery|
|Flavour||Some nutty flavours, a little citrus. The dried peach comes out quite distinctly with vanilla and toffee|
|Grape Variety||80% Ugni Blanc, also Colombard and Folle Blanche|
|Reduction and Strength||Eau de vie is mixed with distilled water, only small quantities are used as cellars are quite dry|
|Viticulture||The ground here is flat and the tiny vineyard where this originates in Grande Champagne is just over the Ne where many fine vineyards are found. The chalk here is probably Santonian being more compacted than on the slope to the north and the vines are a combination of Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard.|