Jean-Baptiste Joannet, Liqueur de Peche
Originally Jean-Baptiste Joannet is a fruit producer in Arcenant, mainly raspberries, but also strawberries, cherries, blackcurrants. It reaped its fruits and sold them to industries to make liqueurs, jams, perfume, extracts …
But in the 1970s, fruits are no longer sold at a fair price and drought in 1976 destroys many plots. Despite these climatic and economic hazards,Jean-Baptiste remains convinced of the excellent quality of the fruits he produces and does not want to stop what he does best. He decides to replant fields but this time, he will transform his fruits to value them. Several possibilities are offered to him, and after several tests, his choice is directed towards liqueurs and jams. Jean-Baptiste becomes the first producer / processor of fruit in the region, he has the courage and daring to take this turn. He is no longer just a peasant but also a liquorist who sells liqueurs and creams that he makes with his own fruit.
The Burgundy vine peach liquor is handcrafted in Nuits-Saint-Georges. Sweet and fruity, the vine peach liquor mixes with a dry or sparkling white wine or can be consumed naturally as a digestive. Vineyard peaches are cultivated by them in Arcenant. In the liqueur refind the colour of the peaches skin, rose orange.
Arcenant, Burgundy, France
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