Nectar de myrtille sauvage
Nectar de myrtille sauvage

The goal of Emmanuelle Baillard with her nectars of Burgundy was to offer the best of the fruit.

A "nectar" comes from fruits that are pressed (blackcurrant, blueberry, etc.) or refined to obtain a pulp (peach, apricot, etc.) and to which is added the amount of water and sugar needed to dilute and to restore the desired balance between sugar and acid. Otherwise, the fruit juice is often too acidic, too astringent or too thick. The nectar de myrtille sauvage will be a good companion for hard uncooked cheese like Cantal and Laguiole.

Characteristics

Country
France
Region
Bourgogne
Details
Département Merceuil, Cissey
Producer
Emmanuelle Baillard