Martinique - 21 references for sale online

The Vinogourmets company welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present you a wide range of 21 "Martinique".
Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in grands crus and rare vintages. He pays particular attention to the selection of "Martinique" to present you with the best quality / price ratio.

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RUM THREE RIVERS 1999 70CL 42° 

Established more than 3 centuries ago, the Plantation Trois Rivières is an integral part of the historical heritage of Martinique. Its emblematic name comes from the three rivers bordering its hectares of cane fields: Oman, Bois d'Inde and Saint Pierre. First specialized in sugar production in the XNUMXth centuryth and XIXth century, the property devotes itself over time to the production of agricultural rum, which will become exclusive at the beginning of the XNUMXth century.th century.

Aged in oak barrels (ex Bourbon).




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€147,50
Agricultural white rum hse martinique 2016 50° 70 cl

RUM BLANC AGRICOLE HSE SAINT-ETIENNE MARTINIQUE 2016 50 °

Distillation JUNE 14, 2016, bottled MAY 10, 2021

Rested for several years before bottling, this rum is perfectly melted to better express the smoothness of sugar cane and its aromatic complexity. 
Selection of the most characteristic distillates of 2016.Two long years of maturation, brewing and slow reduction.

 

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RUM JM XO MARTINIQUE 45 ° 70 CL

RUM JM XO MARTINIQUE 45 °


Aging barrel of Bourbon
Bottling March 2020

To obtain its XO designation, this very old rum has aged for a minimum period of 6 years in oak barrels. Recognized worldwide for its spicy and fruity aromas, the signature of JM Rum, its tasting will be all the more unique in digestive after a good meal.

Color: Deep gold with lemony reflections
Nose: Intense and sweet. Spicy aromas with a wide selection of exotic fruits
Palate: Round and fresh with notes of fruit tarts and spices (vanilla, cinnamon)
Finish: Long and silky with lingering spice notes

 

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RUM TROIS RIVIERES VSOP RESERVE SPECIALE 70CL 40 ° 

Established more than 3 centuries ago, the Plantation Trois Rivières is an integral part of the historical heritage of Martinique. Its emblematic name comes from the three rivers bordering its hectares of cane fields: Oman, Bois d'Inde and Saint Pierre. First specialized in sugar production in the XNUMXth centuryth and XIXth century, the property devotes itself over time to the production of agricultural rum, which will become exclusive at the beginning of the XNUMXth century.th century.

While being faithful to the spirit of the House, Trois Rivières VSOP Réserve Spéciale seduces with its unique personality in the Trois Rivières rums collection, its perfect smoothness and its delicate opulence. All in panache, it offers a rich range of flavors: Notes of blond tobacco, gingerbread and dried fruits that will appeal to amateurs and connoisseurs.

 

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NEISSON WHITE RUM L’ESPRIT BIO MARTINIQUE 70 CL 70° 

In 1932 :
The Neisson brothers set up their distillery in Le Carbet, on the North Caribbean coast of Martinique. Jean, a chemical engineer by training, will devote his professional life to improving distillation techniques. Very early, his talent will be recognized by the many awards gleaned at international fairs and the famous bottle 
Zepol'Kare (with square shoulders) will therefore become synonymous with a high quality rum.
In 2020 :
The descendants of Jean, Claudine then her son Grégory, took up the family torch. With a know-how rooted in their genes, they are committed to living with the times while respecting nature. 

In this spirit, the transition to organic farming was obvious. Land conversion began in 2013 and in 2016 the first AOC Martinique organic rum was offered to amateurs. Gradually, all the land, more than 40 ha, will experience the same evolution.

Progress does not stop at the edge of the cane fields. After years of research, Neisson uses its own strains of native yeasts, selected from those naturally present on the canes of the distillery. Reasoned choice of crop varieties for their adaptation to the typology of each plot, control of watering to save water, efficient treatment of effluents: everything today contributes to the production of exceptional agricultural rums in harmony with the ecosystem of the Neisson lands.

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RUM THREE RIVERS OCEAN CUVEE 42 ° 70CL
RUM THREE RIVERS OCEAN CUVEE 42 ° 70CL

MARTINIQUE

Trois Rivières Cuvée de l'Océan has the singular characteristic of having been made from the only juice of high sugar canes "feet in the water" on the sunny plot of Anse Trabaud, located in the extreme South Martinique (parcellisation and traceability of sugar cane).
This geographical particularity, combined with fermentation techniques specially designed by the Master Distiller, makes Trois Rivières Cuvée de l'Océan a rum with a unique taste that is characterized mainly by surprisingly mineral, iodized and saline notes.
This interesting vintage presents a totally original aromatic personality. Perfect in cocktails, it also lends itself to pure tasting. Let yourself be astonished by combining it with a tasting of seafood and shellfish ...
Trois Rivières Cuvée de l'Océan is a unique and essential rum, to taste, pure, Caribbean-inspired cocktails in Ti Punch or international cocktails such as Mojito or Daiquiri.
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WHITE RUM A 1710 LA PERLE 54.5 °

BATCH 2. 
Millésime 2020

This small distillery is located at Habitation du Simon le François in Martinique.
Traditional white rum made from sugar cane.
This cane juice went through 5 days of fermentation, then it was distilled in a copper still.
A gourmet and delicate white rum.

In 1710 MARTINIQUE
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rum neisson martinique white 70 cl 52.5 °

RHUM NEISSON WHITE MARTINIQUE 70 CL 52.5 ° 

Smaller distillery of Martinique, Neisson is akin to a kaleidoscope of convoluted houses of green and pink that seem to have wanted to imitate the surrounding lush vegetation. Since 1931, three generations have succeeded in preserving a know-how from the greatest Martinican tradition. Grégory Vernant-Neisson, young quarantine of the line at the head of the distillery, explains about his rum that benefits from the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée Martinique Martinic Rum: "The first thing to know about rum Martiniquais, is that it is made from sugar cane juice directly, not from molasses ". Behind the Neisson philosophy, special attention is paid to the terroir value. Because Martinique, with its climate and volcanic soil (particularly north of the island where the distillery is located), stamps the aromatic palette of Neisson rums with special flavors

Festival of fresh canes! Two parameters explain this complex white rum: a basement of volcanic origin which feeds the sugar cane of La Thieubert and the influence of the Caribbean littoral on a very dry and sunny climate. Neisson is the fruit of a long process of maturation, during which the wines are brewed and aerated regularly.

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RUM HERITAGE MAISON LA MAUNY 40 °

This rum has been aged for 18 months in oak barrels and has undergone a second maturation of three months in large tuns having aged port wines.


History of the distillery

In 1749 Ferdinand Poulain, Count of Mauny, from the Breton nobility and adviser to the King of France, landed in Martinique.
He married the daughter of a planter who owned an estate located in Rivière Pilote, in the south of the island, and gave it his name: Domaine La Mauny was born.
In 1820 Until this date, the production of sugar constitutes the principal activity of the field which manufactures in addition to Tafia, the ancestor of rum.
the La Mauny distillery is developing agricultural rum, made from the pure fresh juice of the estate's cane sugar.
In 1883, the Tasher de la Pagerie family, whose daughter Marie Josèphe Rose - called Joséphine de Beauharnais - was wife of Napoleon and Empress of the French, wanted to acquire the property.
After bitter discussions, no agreement was found with the heirs of the Count de Mauny.
In 1923 : The estate covering 170 hectares of a very rugged region becomes the property of the Théodore and Georges Bellonnie brothers.
Georges devotes himself to distillation while his brother Theodore devotes himself to trading and specializes in rum. 
In 1929 the production unit was enlarged and modernized with the installation of a distillation column, new grinding mills and a steam engine.
The production volume can then meet the demand of Martinican consumers.
In 1950 : 
La Mauny is experiencing rapid expansion, thanks to the marketing of its rums in screen-printed and labeled bottles.
La Mauny signs appear for the first time in cafes, hotels and restaurants on the island. The export starts.
In 1996 Maison La Mauny rums obtained the Martinique Controlled Appellation in 1996 (AOC label).
For more than 20 years Maison La Mauny has grown and its know-how has been recognized by consumers and juries of French and foreign experts who award it numerous awards for all of its products.
In 2014 : Maison La Mauny creates the Association of Planters La Mauny. It is the first distillery to have set up an association aiming to highlight the work of sugar cane planters and to perpetuate the cane activity on the island.
In 2015 La Mauny reinvents itself by becoming Maison La Mauny. The brand is refocusing around its roots and its Martinican terroir. Proudly wearing the colors of Martinique, the range is reorganized and redeployed to highlight the unique know-how of the House.
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RUM HSE 2013 ROZELIEURES WHISKEY FINISH 44 ° 

Saint-Etienne was built on the foundations of "La Maugée", a sugar refinery whose land extended at the beginning of the 400th century over more than XNUMX hectares, from Gros-Morne to Saint-Joseph. The architectural ensemble, made up of the mansion, dominating the distillery and the old workers' huts, testifies to the housing system specific to Martinique.

In 1882, Saint-Etienne was bought by Amédée Aubéry, a young captain of industry who would become one of the emblematic figures of the Martinican economy. He transformed the sugar refinery into an agricultural distillery and embarked on the modernization of infrastructure. He enlarged the factory and provided it with a magnificent façade punctuated by 28 windows with arched arches which provide optimal ventilation to the building. Railways are installed on the site of the distillery: draft animals pull wagons that transport the sugar cane. The hydraulic energy is supplied by the Lézarde river thanks to a stone canal which crosses the Creole garden.

In 1909, the property passed into the hands of the Simonnet family, who developed the activity of the distillery until its decline at the end of the 80s. The estate was bought in 1994 by Yves and José Hayot who relaunched the Saint- brand. Etienne and undertake the restoration and enhancement of the architectural heritage of the dwelling. Now listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments, the distillery is one of the last and most beautiful witnesses of the mastery and aesthetics of industrial architecture at the end of the XNUMXth century in Martinique. Its restoration is currently being completed.

After more than 5 years of aging in oak barrels in the purest tradition of old HSE rums, this vintage has benefited from an 8 to 12 month finish in French Rozelieures whiskey barrels.

Rum with notes of cocoa cereals and smoky notes.
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RUM THREE RIVERS 12 YEARS 70CL 42° 

Established more than 3 centuries ago, the Plantation Trois Rivières is an integral part of the historical heritage of Martinique. Its emblematic name comes from the three rivers bordering its hectares of cane fields: Oman, Bois d'Inde and Saint Pierre. First specialized in sugar production in the XNUMXth centuryth and XIXth century, the property devotes itself over time to the production of agricultural rum, which will become exclusive at the beginning of the XNUMXth century.th century.

Aged in Bourbon barrels in the heart of the Trois Rivières cellars, this 12-year-old Very Old Agricultural Rum reveals an exceptional aromatic palette: elegant primary flavors of candied fruit, plum and honey mingle before revealing a palate with flavors of dark tobacco, precious wood and dried flowers…
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€96,00
RUM NEISSON PROFIL 105 70 CL 54.2 °

RUM NEISSON PROFIL 105 70 CL 54.2 ° 

This rum has aged in new oak barrels.


Smaller distillery of Martinique, Neisson is akin to a kaleidoscope of convoluted houses of green and pink that seem to have wanted to imitate the surrounding lush vegetation. Since 1931, three generations have succeeded in preserving a know-how from the greatest Martinican tradition. Grégory Vernant-Neisson, young quarantine of the line at the head of the distillery, explains about his rum that benefits from the Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée Martinique Martinic Rum: "The first thing to know about rum Martiniquais, is that it is made from sugar cane juice directly, not from molasses ". Behind the Neisson philosophy, special attention is paid to the terroir value. Because Martinique, with its climate and volcanic soil (particularly north of the island where the distillery is located), stamps the aromatic palette of Neisson rums with special flavors

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€55,50
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