Antique beverage reserved for the gods and warriors of the Celtic world, the mead crossed the millennia. This wine of honey slowly aged in oak barrel is consumed at the aperitif but also in accompaniment of foie gras. Its sweet notes slightly wooded will delight the lovers of sensuality.
The Mulsum (which means "honeyed") was a very popular wine during the ancient Rome for the "gustatio", the equivalent of our current aperitif...
It is the ancestor of the hypocras of the middle-age. Made from herbs, spices and honey, it will surprise you by its notes of gingerbread and candied fruit.