Preparation of the nectar

Some definitions...

A "Pur Jus" (pure juice) comes from fruit that has been pressed (grapes, apples) or which is refined and that is offered without the addition of water or sugar.

A "Nectar" comes from fruit that has been pressed (blackcurrants, raspberries, redcurrants...) or which is refined in order to obtain a pulp (peaches, apricots...): the juice (often too acid and too astringent) or the pulp (too thick) to which is added the quantity of water necessary for dilution and sugar in order to re-establish the required sugar/acid balance.

It can be noted however that a pure juice may be sweeter than a nectar, for if the nectar is the result of a “recipe”, pure juice mainly depends on "Dame Nature"! Our flagship product: Cassis Noir de Bourgogne.

Because it is powerful, because it has character, because its aromas are complex, its colour deep, because it has a full-bodied and long on the palate and more especially because all our childhood memories come back when we taste it!