Calvados Lemorton, Rarete 70-100 Years Old, gift box, 0.7 L
Calvados golden straw color.
Calvados "Rarete" has a strong, but at the same time, mild flavor with hints of sweet spices and pears. Nuances of ripe pears and woven into a surprisingly long finish.
In a complex aroma bright calvados honey and walnut tones infused with notes of white lilac and ripe fruit.
Calvados is ideal as an aperitif and digestif, perfectly combined with a dessert, pear cake, fruit.
Origin of Calvados - drink from the French region of Normandy - refers to the XVI century. It was originally produced only from apples, but now, depending on the geographical area of production, there are three types of Calvados: "Calvados" pears and apples from Normandy; "Calvados Pays d'Auge" apples region Pays d'Auge; "Calvados Domfrontais" apples and pears area Domfrontais, the volume of which must be at least 30%.
Lemorton farm located in the south Domfrontais Normandy, which is considered the best place for growing pears. It is promoted as a warm climate and soil of clay and limestone, suitable for strong, deep roots of pear trees. Therefore, calvados from Lemortona mainly created from pear juice. Lemorton - one of the oldest manufacturers of cider and Calvados in Domfrontais. Currently, the farm managed by the sixth generation of the family - Didier Lemorton, assisted by his father - Roger. Lemorton family owns 83 hectares of land. Here grow apples and 25 varieties of pears.
Calvados "Rarete" - truly a rare age of Calvados Lemorton. The label of the Calvados states: "Luxury Calvados, year of birth 1900, distilled ancestors Isidore Lemortona." Year of bottling - 2003 Calvados "Rarete" maintained in both new and old oak barrels that do not drown, but only to emphasize the fruit character of Calvados.