Our products and natural ingredients

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More than a dozen groups of processed products.

Everything you’ve always wanted to know about “the second life of your grapes” (our processed products) that you never dared to ask.

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Potable alcohol:

Obtained by distillation. They are used to produce quality spirit drinks (2 categories):
– simple spirit drinks or brandies whose taste comes directly from the distillation of the raw material
– mixed spirit drinks whose taste results from an addition to a neutral alcohol or brandy).

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Raw Alcohol: unrefined alcohol obtained from wine, wine lees, grape marc. Its ethanol content is variable (70% to 95%).

Bioethanol: dehydrated raw alcohol for automotive carburation.

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Denatured alcohol: benefits from excise duty exemption after denaturing by an authorized process under customs supervision. Free circulation for various uses.

Rectified Extra Neutral Alcohol (REN): purified alcohol with alcoholic strength > 96 °; product treated on a purification column which removes volatile impurities, esters and aldehydes. The alcohol obtained is then purified on a column called a “distiller – rectifier.”

Alcohol Surfin: analytical composition close to Rectified Extra Neutral alcohol. Product developed in two stages: production of raw alcohol then purification which gives this alcohol organoleptic qualities superior to REN. Often referred to as “Potable Alcohol.”

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Tartaric acid is naturally present in grapes; obtained by extraction and purification after distillation of grape marc and wine lees.

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Rectified concentrated grape must (RCM) is a grape sugar syrup (50% glucose – 50% fructose) obtained by discoloration, rectification (removal of all non-sugar components) and concentration of the grape must.

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The skin and grape seeds are a veritable mine of polyphenols obtained by extraction and purification. Polyphenols are powerful natural antioxidants that fight against free radicals.

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Tannins, small astringent molecules, belong to the family of polyphenols. They give wines specific typicities. They are extracted from the skin and/or seeds of grapes.

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Natural pigments with hues that vary from red to blue; these pigments are extracted, purified and concentrated from the skins of red grapes.

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Extracts from concentrations of red or white wines, selected for their organoleptic qualities to obtain powders that preserve all the flavors, aromas and color of the origin wines.

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Grape seed oil: Crude oil, produced from dehydrated grape seeds, is refined and marketed.

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Fine organic powder from marcs after drying and sorting (seed removal).

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Compost, organic composted amendment: derived from a blend of 100% plant raw materials swathed (turned about 8 times a year) and finely ground, the product has about a year of natural composting before its marketed. Can be used in Organic Farming under CEN N ° 834/2007.

Liquid fertilizer, organic potassium fertilizer: 100% of plant origin, it is a viscous and thick liquid resulting from the treatment of vinification by-products obtained after the concentration of wine lees, wines and distilled piquette.

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Cartagena: liqueur with less than 18 ° alcohol made from 80% fresh grape must (white or red) and 20% neutral alcohol or brandy.

Grape seed oil: Crude oil, produced from dehydrated grape seeds, is refined and marketed.

Brandy from wine
Brandy from marc
Brandy from Muscat marc
Brandy from pears, Mirabelle plums, verbena, …

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Tartaric Acid: main organic acid contained in wine and therefore derived from grapes, it is obtained by aqueous purification of calcium tartrate. It is a powerful acid that gives character to wines.

Cream of Tartar: Potassium bitartrate is a potassium salt of tartaric acid which crystallizes in a compact mass in vats in raw form more or less pure; this tartar is collected dry and then purified to produce a white crystalline, odorless, acidic powder.

Rochelle Salt: Potassium and sodium tartrate, also known as Sel de Seignette, is obtained by the reaction of sodium hydroxide with cream of tartar to give a white crystalline powder or transparent crystals.

Metatartaric Acid: obtained by esterification (dehydration) of L (+) tartaric acid, this product is in the form of a slightly yellow powder which is easily soluble.