(Automatically translated) In the absence of what one may think, the whole Champagne profile of Chardonnay is expressed in a very elegant way. We find brioche scents, toast, dried apricot and pear. In the mouth we have a fine bubble quite expressive, we find honey, apricot and almond.
(Automatically translated) Can honestly accot some Champagne houses. Made according to the traditional method, it offers very fine bubbles as well as complex and tasty notes. Excellent value for money.
(Automatically translated) A blend with the perfect balance between the liveliness of Sauvignon and the roundness of Chardonnay. Supple and slightly tense texture, we note accents of yellow fruits and white citrus.
(Automatically translated) With accents of red berries and flowers, this rosé sparkling wine, presented in an original format, is a small tornado of bitterness and minerality. To bring out all possible aromas, stir the bottle slightly before opening. Simplicity and power at the rendezvous!
(Automatically translated) Coming from the forests of Charlevoix, this gin represents the best in Quebec spirits. Its calm and soft power is matched only by its woody and lemony aromas of great complexity. To taste fresh, then, if curiosity piques you, in Gin and tonic. In short, an absolute success.
(Automatically translated) A Poulsard of surprising vitality, the nose nevertheless gives the impression of a stronger wine than it seems. Aromas reminiscent of smoke and coal are only a lure. A wine of thirst of high level, where cherry, raspberry and rose petal mingle with finesse and great pleasure.
(Automatically translated) A little-known gem of the Rhône, these insatiable bees offer a wine of a rich roundness. If the Clairette, the dominant grape variety, offers an alcohol of a lively acidity and freshness, the Roussanne will envelop everything with a long and pleasing bitterness, which will give a wine of great richness,