The copper alembic still
The Marc de Provence (made from grape pomace) is gaz heated up to 100°C at low flame. When the distillation process begins, vapors are conveyed into the central column which concentrates the alcohol by progressive layers.
Next, the cooling tank operates the transformation back to a liquid state, where alcohol is collected based on its concentration. Its primary aromas are refined and fruity, comparable to Italian grappa.
La Fine de Muscat is a liquor made from wine and the Muscat Petits Grains grape variety. The distillation process is the same as for the Marc and produces a very aromatic alcoholic beverage. La Fine is an ideal base for fruit and spice maceration.
Our Olive Flavoured Eau-de-Vie is also born from a production residue: olive pomace and olive oil are mixed together with pure alcohol and left to macerate before going through distillation.
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