The flavor is the result of a wise combination of various soils and origin names. Stored in noble, strong Limousin oak barrels, the Calvados gradually develops subtle aromas and its beautiful amber color, in a mysterious alchemy. The brandy breathes through the wood over the years, slowly losing its fire" and progressively digesting the tannins of the wood

0 - ( gradually gaining bouquet and aromas. Fine and fruity aromas with well integrated toasty notes. Well-balanced and fresh in the mouth.")