This gourmet Christmas hamper basket is made of different products, all prepared by the best artisans of Provence.
The components are only foods of very high quality. Here’s the list below:
Provencal olive oil aperitif delight (verrine of 90 g)
These delicious appetizer specialties are prepared by a family and artisanal company in Aix en Provence which know-how is renowned. They come in 2 flavors of sun vegetables to choose from, prepared with olive oil, to accompany toasts: black olive with truffle flavor or eggplant caviar. Like the other dishes and terrines in this Christmas hamper basket, they are guaranteed without GMO, without preservatives, without palm oil and without flavor enhancer. Only good local products!
Fish or game terrine (80 g verrine)
Whether fish or game, these terrines are prepared in accordance with the traditional recipes of Provence. Scents flavored with herbs of the garrigue and mellow at will, for a starter out of everyday life, and tasty.
Gourmet dish (400 g)
These dishes are prepared with all the experience of a company specialized in Provençal gastronomy for decades. The recipes are ancestral and perfect for a holiday meal: duck with olives or pork stew are delicacies that we like to enjoy once in a year.
Fruit dessert (210 g)
Cooked Provençal fruits, peaches with caramel and vanilla aroma, to bring a light, melting and gourmet note at the end of the meal before tasting confectionery. Let’s say again that these desserts are without preservatives, GMO, palm oil or flavor enhancer.
Crunchy bites and chocolate to finish this festive meal, what better?
A choice of organic dark chocolate (74% cocoa) or milk (39% cocoa) in the form of candied orange bites or nougat truffles to please everyone.
These Provencal specialties are revisited by a craft confectionery from Aix en Provence area who is labeled Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage company)!
1 Clairette de Die Tradition – bottle 20 cl
Clairette de Die is a sparkling white wine vinified according to the ancestral method for 2000 years and recognized French AOC label since 1942. Unfortunately, it isn’t well known, although it’s the Provençal 'champagne': the small parcels of vines are located in Drôme valley on a terroir bathed in sunshine. It’s harvested by hand.
The Tradition cuvee from Maison Jaillance is rewarded every year. In particular the 2018 and 2019 Gold Medal of the Concours General Agricole of Paris and the Concours des Grands Vins de France of Macon, among others.
As a fruity and light drink (only 7 degrees of alcohol), the Clairette de Die is an exceptional sparkling wine to accompany all the festive menus. Taste with moderation but also a lot of pleasure.
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