A unique and delicious aperitif wine made by mixing 2/3 fresh apple cider and 1/3 one-year-old Calvados (a cognac-style spirit made from apples) then aging it for three to four years in old oak barrels at the Manoir La Brière des Fontaines estate in Normandy, France. 750ml/btl. 17% alc/vol.
A beautiful amber color. Rich apple aromas that quickly give way to tastes of almond, honey, cherry and dried fruit on the palate. A lingering subtle oak finish.
Silver Medal - Regional Competition Cambremer 2012
Gold Medal - General Agricultural Competition Paris 2010
Silver Medal - Regional Competition Vimoutiers 2008
How to Serve
Can be enjoyed neat or over ice as an aperitif. Pairs beautifully with prosciutto-wrapped melon appetizers. A wonderful compliment to apple or chocolate desserts. Also use for cooking and making sauces for seafood.