CRÈME DE FRAMBOISE DE BOURGOGNE
|Origin||France, Crème de Fruits|
Joseph Cartron has carefully selected for this liqueur the Lloyd George and Rose de Plombières Burgundy varieties of raspberries, for their delicate and genuine taste. These grow in the Hautes Côtes de Bourgogne - a guarantee of quality. The vats are loaded with fruit up to 2/3 of their volume, and then topped up with pure alcohol. The maceration is carried out at room temperature and lasts 4 to 5 weeks. At this stage, the resulting infusion, a blend of spirit and juice, is tasted before being carefully decanted. Then, crystallised sugar is slowly added. This addition naturally lowers the alcohol content and develops the flavour of the fruit. L&S (Jun 2009)
*Case price discount: Mix any 12 bottles (or 9l equivalent) of wine or 6 bottles of Champagne, Spirits, Sweet Wine or Fortified to get the 'case price' for each bottle.
Founded in 1882 by Joseph Cartron, the company is situated in Nuits-Saint-Georges in the heart of Burgundy, a family-firm producing fruit liqueurs and eaux-de-vie of the highest quality. Although Joseph died without any ofspring, he left the firm to his brother Armand, who continued to pass it down through the family line to his children. It was under Armand that the company was expanded, and bottling mechanised. He added Joseph Cartron to the emerging retail market in France as well as developing the company abroad. Judith Cartron, the fifth generation of the Cartron family, has been President of the company since July 2011, and is the irst woman to head the company.
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