Our apple juice is finely balanced thanks to tens of apple varietals coming from local orchards around Beaune.



The taste is complex and juicy thanks to the tens of varietals we use. Fresh, lively and perfectly balanced to be enjoyed at any time of the day by kids and adults alike!


Less is more is the motto behind our apple juice. We hand-pick apples in many tiny wild or abandonned orchards in Beaune and around at perfect ripeness.

Then the apples are just pressed, decanted or gently filetered before being bottled.

100% pure apple juice. No additives, no preservatives. As close as possible to the real fruit!

limited edition


A truly unique cider. One single barrel of peaty Islay Scotch whisky + fresh figs maceration.


Intense notes of peat with some crispy apple undertones. The mouth is vibrant with a lovely acidity and some figs + white peaches aromas.

To enjoy and discover on its own or pair it with smoked fish or game.

A single barred crafted with a a specific apple blend, mostly from Britanny, fermented and aged for 10 months in a peaty Islay barrel. Then we added several tens of kilograms of fresh figs for a 3 months maceration at the end of ageing, before bottling.

Natural second fermentation in bottle (Champagne method). Extra Brut.


This cider is a good showcase of our approach and know-how. A very well balanced craft cider


Nose of fresh apples, hints of citrus and mint. Lovely vivacity in the mouth with beautiful length and great balance.

To enjoy on its own or with a few salmon toasts. Pair it with grilled fish, white meat or a mushroom risotto.


Extra Brut French craft cider created in Beaune, Burgundy from the blend of tens of apples’ varietals hailing from Burgundy, Normandy, Brittany and Pays d’Othe. Fermented (indigeneous yeasts) and aged several months in a wide range of wine barrels (60%) and spirits barrels (40%)

A few barrels we used: Aligoté, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Whisky, Armagnac, Fine de Bourgogne, Calvados

Natural second fermentation in bottle (Champagne method). Extra Brut. Disgorged