For over 10 years, taste tags have been a simple and practical tool that allows you to easily find the wines, spirits and gins you'll love. Each tag is associated with a specific taste profile. Learn which type of product you prefer, then explore with confidence other products of the same profile. It’s that simple!
Whether you fancy wine, champagne or cider, there’s most certainly a tag suited to your tastes.
These light wines are characterised by their simple fruity aromas, the sensation of freshness they leave, and their unassuming structure. They must be consumed young. Product categories: red wine, rosé wine.
These medium-bodied wines are characterised by their smooth tannins that usually confer a certain roundness. They are often dominated by a nose of ripe fruit or woody notes (toast, coffee or vanilla). Product category: red wine.
With their intense colour, these full-bodied wines exude powerful and complex fruit and spice aromas, occasionally accompanied by woody notes. They have a good tannic structure and a velvety mouthfeel. Product category: red wine.
These dry wines and ciders have a nose of fruit and flower aromas while having a rich taste on the palate. They get a pleasant liveliness from their acidity. Product categories: white wine, Champagne and sparkling wine, cider.
These dry wines are characterised by their intense spice, toast, or exotic fruit aromas. They leave a full-bodied texture on the palate and are well-balanced. Product categories: white wine, Champagne and sparkling wine.
These wines or ciders stand out with their sugar content. Usually semi-dry or semi-sweet, they are characterised by notes of ripe fruit. Product categories: white wine, rosé wine, Champagne and sparkling wine, cider.
These delicate spirits often present dominant floral notes, highlighted by subtle hints of fruit and woody accents. Elegant and accessible, they make for a great introduction to fine spirits. Product categories: whisky, brandy.
These spirits are medium-bodied and balanced. Characterized by notes of pear, apple, citrus fruit, and peach, and complemented by spicy notes, they are refined and delicate. Product categories: whisky, brandy, Cognac, Armagnac, Calvados.
Medium-bodied and mainly dominated by aging notes, these spirits possess flavours of vanilla, mild spices and red berries. Their woody side results in a thick and oily texture, and a slightly rustic character. Product categories: whisky, Bourbon, Cognac, brandy, Armagnac, Calvados.
Imposingly powerful, these spirits reveal a wide range of flavours: spices, roasting, wood, fruit, and nuts. Their heat, complexity, and intensity attract savvy connoisseurs. Product categories: whisky, Bourbon, Cognac.
These scotches present layers of smoke, peat, and iodine. Complex, imposing and unique, they stand out with the intensity of their perfumes and are appreciated by connoisseurs. Product categories: Scotch.
Traditional genevers and gins feature predominant aromas of juniper berry and stand out with their notes of resin and pepper. Easily approachable, they’re perfect to start exploring and for your cocktails. Main aromas: juniper berry, notes of resin and pepper.
These gins often display traditional lemon aromas associated with dry gins, but also the refreshing flavours of several other citrus fruits whose peel is rich in essential oils. Main aromas: lemon, lime, bitter orange, pomelo, bergamot, grapefruit.
With their fragrances evoking lush vegetation, these gins offer more or less subtle aromas of herbs and leaves, or even seeds, vegetables or roots. Their refreshing flavours are sometimes accompanied by delicate bitterness. Main aromas: tea, mint, lemongrass, dill, algae, caraway, coriander, fennel, celery, angelica, cucumber, parsnip.
Unveiling a certain sweetness, these gins put forth dominant aromas of fruits such as berries, lychee, apple and pear. Enjoyable neat or mixed with sparkling water, they’ll add something special to your cocktails. Main aromas: strawberry, blueberry, blackberry, lychee, apple, pear.
Very floral, these gins are pleasant and soothing. Marked by the aromas of the flowers they’re flavoured with, just like a perfume, they possess a mysterious and seductive aura. Main aromas: rose, iris, violet, jasmine, lavender, chamomile, hibiscus.
These gins have dominant fragrances of spices such as cinnamon, cubeb berry and other peppers, which lead to more or less spicy and warm flavours, opening the door to a world of complexity. Main aromas: cinnamon, cubeb berry, clove, anise, cumin, saffron, cardamom.
Often characterized by fragrances reminiscent of resin and fir branches, these gins are flavoured by Northern Quebec’s vegetation, or by conifers and wild mushrooms. They’re powerful and display a lot of character. Main aromas: Labrador tea, dune pepper, sweet gale, conifers.
These intriguing gins boasting a strong personality are aged in oak casks or, in certain cases, have been in contact with flavouring smoke. Some woody gins can also be used in cocktails usually prepared with whisky. Main aromas: wood, smoke, vanilla.