Reunion - 3 references for sale online

The Vinogourmets company welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to offer you a wide range of 3 "Meetings".
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 "Reunion" to offer you the best price for guaranteed quality.

rum river mat opus 5 43 ° 70cl
RIVER OF THE MAT OPUS 5 43 ° 

The distillery takes its name from the main Reunion River, northwest of the island. It is the most important of the three steaming local distilleries, with a theoretical capacity of 40 000l of rum per day. Its creation goes back to 1886 but it moved to its current site of production in Saint-Benoît in 1984. It is supplied with molasses by the two active sugar factories of the island - Gol and Bois Rouge, 100 000 tons of sugar each year, brand Blonvilliers and La Perruche - but it also produces a small amount of rum from pure juice. of cane. Reunion rums have a Geographical Indication since January 22 2015 for all types of rums produced locally. The cultivation of sugar cane occupies 24 000 ha (57% of useful agricultural area), for a production of about 60 000 tons of molasses.

Cuvée resulting from the meeting of 5 exceptional vintages: 5 rums of pure juice perfectly married for your greatest pleasure. A living expression of excellence and a certain vision of elegance according to Rivière du Mât.
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€79,00
RUM ISAUTIER 12 YEARS ALFRED 45°  

Under the reign of the King of France, Louis Philippe 1st, Louis and Charles Isautier crossed the oceans from metropolitan France to settle in Reunion. Fascinated by the island and its treasure, sugar cane, they founded the family business in 1845. Since then, six generations have followed one another to build the formidable history of the oldest rum distillery in Reunion.

This rum pays tribute to Alfred Isautier, creator of the iconic triangular bottle of Maison Isautier who worked to modernize the company through innovation.

This traditional rum (from molasses) was column distilled in 2005. Selected by the cellar master for its exceptional potential, it was aged in new oak barrels for 8 to 14 months then in fine-grained red barrels in the cellar in Saint-Pierre de la Réunion.
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€112,00
RUM ISAUTIER 14 YEARS ANTOINETTE 55° 

Under the reign of the King of France, Louis Philippe 1st, Louis and Charles Isautier crossed the oceans from metropolitan France to settle in Reunion. Fascinated by the island and its treasure, sugar cane, they founded the family business in 1845. Since then, six generations have followed one another to build the formidable history of the oldest rum distillery in Reunion.

This rum pays tribute to Antoinette Isautier, the first woman leader of the House in 1865. This traditional rum honors the one who allowed the influence of Isautier rum in the world. 

This traditional rum (from molasses) was column distilled in 2004. Selected by the cellar master for its exceptional potential, it was aged in new oak barrels for 8 to 14 months then in fine-grained red barrels in the cellar in Saint-Pierre de la Réunion.
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€135,00
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