- Black fruited style of champagne similar to a Billecart-Salmon for example
- Sought after grower using organic and sustainable practices
- Pair with fine chocolate, salted caramels or cheese. Full selection below
The great feature of this Ratafia resides in the fact that it is produced respecting ancient methods, so as to retain the primary aromas.
This is all made with Pinot Noir and Meunier grape juice and then Jean-Baptiste Geoffroy makes his Ratafia with 60° proof 'fine de champagne' which is a distillate made from the grapes of champagne in an artisanal still.
This is an important distinction as it is not prepared with industrial alcohol. The wine is the aged for 8 months in oak barrels where it becomes softer, rounder and oh so luscious.