Crème de Cassis
Crème de Cassis is an iconic liqueur of Burgundy. It should be at least 15% alcohol and contain at least 400 grams of sugar per litre.
Cassis de Dijon bears a geographical indication and Crème de cassis de Bourgogne is PGI-certified.
There's something for everyone in Burgundy!
- Red berry liqueur, made by macerating various red berries, with a delightful red colour and a blend of interesting flavours.
- Liqueur or Crème de Framboise.
- Crème de Cerise or Guignolet, made using a variety of cherries.
- Vineyard peach liqueur, made using wild fruit that has been growing for a long time in the region.
- Sloe liqueur.
- Ratafia de Bourgogne, made using Marc de Bourgogne or Fine de Bourgogne eau-de-vie.
Liqueurs Jean-Baptiste Joannet
This family-run liqueur-making company has been producing a range of artisanal liqueurs since 1978. Come to their farm to taste the delicious products they make!Liqueurs Jean-Baptiste Joannet
The team from the Jacoulot cellar will be delighted to share their passion with you, and take you on a tour of their maturing cellar next to the shop, which is full of delicious products to take home with you.Maison Jacoulot
On a tour at the Cassissium, you'll also discover the Védrenne liqueur-making company, find out about the secrets of their products and taste a range of liqueurs and syrups.
Why not take part in one of their cocktail-making workshops: an original idea for an evening out with friends!Liqueurs Védrenne
Marc de Bourgogne and Fine de Bourgogne
These liqueurs are well known and certified under a Controlled Designation of Origin. There are around 300 producers making these liqueurs in a specific area of Burgundy.
Marc de Bourgogne is an eau-de-vie made from grape skins that have been pressed, and should be matured for at least 2 years.
Fine de Bourgogne is an eau-de-vie made from distilled wine.