Pays d'Auge AOC

Calvados Vieille Réserve Gift Box

01A.070.42.C.7018E
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56.00 €
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Marquis de Saint Loup

Description

CALVADOS PAYS D'AUGE
Appellation d'Origin Contrôlée
TASTING NOTES
This Calvados is an assembly of different vintages with a minimum of 6 years of aging in small oak barrels. Aromas of fruits, flowers and spices combine harmoniously without a dominant note. In the mouth, the brandy offers excellent persistence while remaining light. Perfect for “trou normand” or to accompany a Livarot cheese.

  • Gold Medal, Metz, 2006, France.
  • Gold Medal, San Francisco, 2004, United States.
  • Gold Medal, Lisieux, 2004, France.
  • Silver Medal, Vinalies Internationales, 2004, 2003.
  • Gold Medal, Caen, 2003, France.
  • Silver Medal, Concour Mondial de Bruxelles, 2003, Belgium.
  • Silver Medal, Paris, 1999, France.

Product Details

Bottle Size
0.700 L
Alcohol content %
42,0
Package
Gift Box
Appellation
Calvados AOC Pays d'Auge
Municipality
Coudray-Rabut
Region
Normandia
Country
France
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Marquis de Saint Loup Discover Marquis de Saint Loup and its Calvados in our online store Marquis de Saint Loup has been producing Calvados , a cider distillate from apple , or apple and pear. The quality and type of apples, sweet or bitter, are regulated by the disciplinary, as for wines. Harvested between September and November, the apples are pressed in the characteristic and classic vertical press. The apple juice is fermented and subsequently distilled to reach the desired alcohol content. Production takes place in France in the heart of the area with the Pays d’Auge appellation, near the village of Saint Pierre. Over the years spent ageing in wood, the aroma of Calvados evolves, bringing out notes of fresh fruit and a bouquet of more complex aromas. The range of Calvados Marquis de Saint Loup consists of a collection of Calvados AOC. The lots were acquired on the occasion of the broadcasts of the Norman companies and aged in the old cellars of the estate.
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