Une superbe rencontre avec un homme passionné de son métier et de sa région , un biker au grand cœur ! Une visite et découverte des vignes au top , bref je recommande a tous de faire un détour pour découvrir la trousseminette et les personnes qui la produisent. Vive la Vendée !
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TROUSSEMINETTE - LA CAVE DES VIGNERONS
Local produce , Wine at Brem-sur-Mer
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The Trousseminette is the typical aperitif in Vendée, the fruit of the pleasing marriage between the wine of Brem, the Brem's brandy, black thorns of Brem and sugar, after a soaking of 12 to 15 days.Come from a strict selection, and a recipe handing down between father and son since 1793, the Trousseminette will transport you in the heart of Vendée, where food pleasure and art of living make this country an exceptional land. Ideal companion... Come from a strict selection, and a recipe handing down between father and son since 1793, the Trousseminette will transport you in the heart of Vendée, where food pleasure and art of living make this country an exceptional land. Ideal companion of your aperitifs and your end of dinner, the Trousseminette put sunshine and happiness in your family or friend gatherings. To savour cold with ham of Vendée, melon, blue cheese, prune and will sublimate your chocolate cakes.
The red and white Trousseminette are distancing themselves by their quality and the authencity of their components : ... in majority, black thorns collected by hand, some wines from Vendée, mainly from Brem-sur-Mer ( Cabernet franc and Cabernet-Sauvignon : for the red Trousseminette and Chemin for the white Trousseminette ), a brandy of wine made locally from wine dregs of these same wines, sugar and few secret components in the magic pot complete harmoniously the mix and make the difference. The Trousseminette with prines : soaking of prunes from Agen in the the red Trousseminette during 14 days : delicious.
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April 1, 2020
March 31, 2021
* 7/7 de 10h à 20h
- From April 1, 2020 until March 31, 2021
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