Notice Limited (“the Company”) was placed into Administration on 18 January 2023, with Adrian Paul Dante and Joanna Kim Rolls appointed as Joint Administrators. Adrian Paul Dante is licensed to act as an Insolvency Practitioner in the UK by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and Joanne Kim Rolls is licensed to act as Insolvency Practitioners in the UK by the Insolvency Practitioners Association. They are bound by the Insolvency Code of Ethics when carrying out all professional work relating to an insolvency appointment.

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Chateau du Breuil - Fine Calvados Pays d'Auge

Oak Cask Ageing

Was £31.34 - Now £27.76
70cl Bottle £27.76
In Stock

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

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  • ABV40%
  • RegionCalvados

Two years of an aging in oaks casks give a gold colour to the fruity taste of its youth.

Vigorous and fresh on the palate, it's a product carrying the "Appellation d'Origine Controlee Pays d'Auge". All the fragrances of Normandy!

The apple is the basic ingredient to make quality Calvados.The mild and damp weather and clayed soil of the Pays d'Auge give the Chateau du Breuil ideal growing conditions for its 22,000 apple trees which surround the castle.

The Chateau du Breuil company produces its own cider, coming from a 100% natural fermentation. Their know-how and experience are the strengths of the Chateau du Breuil which gives priority to high quality rather to quantity. When cider has reached its proper flavour, distillation can start.

1 cocktails with Chateau du Breuil - Fine Calvados Pays d'Auge

1 Comment

C McCreesh 2007-05-13 08:05:45

Sharp, bitter and lacking a good apple flavour, the Fine is extremely disappointing compared to its older VSOP cousin. This is very much a case of "bottle up anything that isn't good enough to go in an older blend". It is hard to drink neat, uninspiring when diluted and its tame flavour makes it unsuitable even for cooking.