Briottet Creme De Peache De Vigne Liqueur

—LCBO#: 273945
Briottet Creme De Peache De Vigne Liqueur
A former wine trading company, the firm was established in 1836 by James Demontry who at that time owned a vineyard in Chambolle-Musigny in Burgundy. Edmond Briottet eventually took over running the firm, and soon thereafter acquired his father-in-law's wine trading company along with the facility in the historic center of Dijon Briottet Crème de Pêche de Vigne is made using small, wild peaches grown near Beaune in the southern part of Burgundy. The peaches used are more acidic than regular table peaches, and are macerated whole. 18% Alc/Vol
$49.90per bottle $299.40 per case of 6

Product Details

Release Date:
December 12, 2016
700 mL bottle
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