The existence of vineyards in Champagne dates back to the beginning of our era. The Romans were the ones to introduce grape-growing in the Champagne region. They had already identified the originality of the soil that gives Champagne its specificity, a transitional oceanic climate, chalky subsoil and sloping landscape.
The drink was invented by two brothers, Paul and Raymond Lillet, who were distillers producing a range of fruit eaux-de-vies. In the 19th century, Bordeaux was the most important port city in France, and fruits and spices were coming in from all over the world, giving them access to a range of exotic fruits and … Continue reading A Brief History – Lillet
The earliest reference to coffee in France is to be found in the simple statement that Onorio Belli (Bellus), the Italian botanist and author, in 1596 sent to Charles de l'Écluse (1526–1609), a French physician, botanist and traveler, "seeds used by the Egyptians to make a liquid they call cave.
Pâtisserie du Vin ( or Pastry Wine ), is a brand of wines from France, rich and fruity and draws on the Tarte Tatin - a traditional French upside down apple tart, as its inspiration. ★★★★☆ Grape: 80% Chardonnay and 20% Muscat Year: 2012 Origin: Badet Clement, France Colour: Pale straw Bouquet: Baked apple, pineapple, butter, cream … Continue reading Pâtisserie Du Vin Chardonnay Muscat
The history of the Chapoutier family stretches back to the early nineteenth century when current owner Michel Chapoutier’s great-, great-, great-grandfather Marius purchased an estate