Did you know that? The writer Alexandre Dumas greatly appreciated the Ratafia, which he nicknamed "incomparable elixir". The most common etymology of the word Ratafia is the Latin expression "Rata Fiat": "let the treaty, the market be ratified". In the past, it was customary to share a drink when a deal was made, so the drink consumed on that occasion was called Ratafia.
Full of richness and sweetness, this cuvée owes its character to the subtle combination of grape must and wine brandy.
Can be consumed now or in a few years. Served chilled 6-10 °C
Ideal as an aperitif, it goes perfectly with elaborate culinary specialities. Delicate and colourful verrines, creamy bites of foie gras& It can also be enjoyed with melon. The recipe for the "allegrata" cocktail: mix 5 cl of ratafia and 3 cl of orange juice, add 1 light dash of lime, it's ready, enjoy!!!!