Since 1984, Gilles Joannet has been growing blackcurrants, raspberries and vine peaches in Arcenant, a commune in Lire la suite

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Since 1984, Gilles Joannet has been growing blackcurrants, raspberries and vine peaches in Arcenant, a commune in Burgundy 's Hautes-Côtes de Nuits region. Passionate about his craft, he makes artisanal creams and liqueurs. He carefully selects the fruit he grows, as well as that he gathers from the wild. Gilles Joannet works in particular with sloe, blackberry and rosehip, not forgetting dandelion. This liqueur-maker combines ancestral production methods with new techniques. For example, he incorporates beet, melon, milk and tomato into his liqueurs.

Geographical location

Arcenant in Burgundy was awarded the title of European Raspberry Capital in 1972. The commune lies at an altitude of 337 meters, between Dijon and Beaune. Liqueur-maker Gilles Joannet enjoys ideal conditions in an exceptional terroir. Close to Nuits-Saint-Georges, in top-quality limestone soil, the red fruit plantations acquire first-rate perfume notes. Gilles Joannet works his raw materials like a goldsmith. The result is creams and liqueurs with colors and aromas worthy of an artist. He also takes great care in the vinification of his cuvées.

Gilles Joannet liqueurs

In love with his craft, Gilles Joannet offers liqueurs and creams of the highest quality. Some have won gold medals at the Concours Général Agricole de Paris. Crème de cassis 20%, crème de cassis 16%, raspberry liqueur 18%, blackberry liqueur 18%, sloe liqueur 30%, etc. Gilles Joannet's range of products offers a wealth of ideas for making kirs. More original products can spice up revisited aperitifs. These include creams and liqueurs based on quince, beet, vine peach, ratafia or Molène flower.