Wine-Champagne-Beer-Cider

Know your product

Wine :

The first winemaking techniques date back to the third millennium BC in Mesopotamia. It wasn’t too long later, that Ancient Greeks and Romans produced a lot of this beverage. Dionysus (Bacchus in Rome) was the god of Wine and celebration. Today, it is an essential component of our meals, and releases complex flavors, sometimes very subtle, depending on levels of acidity, palate entry, tension and finish. Browse our wide range of red, white and rosés; dry, medium dry or sweet; domestic, new or aged wines… Côtes du Rhône, Beaujolais red or new, Bordeaux red, white or rosé, Cabernet d’Anjou, Boulaouane Gris, Bourgogne Aligoté, Corbières, Cahors, Côtes de Provence, Gaillac, Pays d’Herault, Médoc, Saint- Émilion, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Muscadet, Minervois, Montbazillac… Choose Wine in accordance with the dishes you serve: - A red Wine is perfect for vegetables, starters with eggs, red meat, and some desserts - A white Wine will go well with seafood, appetizers, fish, white meat and cheese - Rosé is a perfect compromise between white and red Wine, and it goes well with all sorts of dishes.

Champagne :

Champagne is a French sparkling wine with a Protected Designation of Origin certification. The first bottle in the history of Champagne was bottled in 1660, and it became effervescent by accident. Surprisingly, it was not the French but the English who promoted Champagne because they really liked it. Today, Champagne is the most valuable drink in the world, and accompanies the finest dishes, such as caviar, Foie-gras or salmon. Browse our pink Champagnes as well.

Beer :

Beer was born in Mesopotamia 8,000 years ago. At one time it was even used as a currency. This beverage is obtained by fermenting a mixture of water, hops and malt, which brings a delightful bitterness to the drink. We supply a complete range of lager, stout, pale ale, wheat or flavored Beers: Heineken, Duvel, Asahi, Kirin, Desperados, Panache, Corona…

Cider :

Cider is made from fermented apple juice. There are mainly two kinds of Ciders: sweet and dry. The sweet variety has a very strong taste of apple and is very pleasant. Dry Cider is more traditional, a little acidic and not so sweet; it is also the most popular. Choose Cider in accordance with the moment: - Sweet Cider is perfect for desserts - Dry Cider goes very well with meat and fish.

How to buy

We advise that you to supply a range of at least one lager, a wheat and a stout Beer.

how to keep

Keep the beverage in a cool and dry place.

Tips

Red Wine should be open one hour before being served so it can breathe. Nevertheless, one would usually open the bottle in front of the people to prove it’s not mixed with bad quality Wines. White Wine has to be served at a temperature of 10°C. To serve perfectly chilled Beer, wet beer glasses and place them in the freezer. A thin layer of ice will form around the glass. Cider can be drunk cold or at room temperature.

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