Named after the European 16th century dance of the peacock, Pavan liqueur is made with small Muscat grapes from the Appellation d’Origine Controlee region of Frontignan, aged in oak casks and blended with Muscat eau-de-vie and orange blossom water.

Tasting note: Clear, very pale straw / gold colour. The perfumed bouquet is floral yet curiously fruity; Moscato gelato with a dose of orange peel combine with something more exotic. Feijoa peel? Or is it Kiwi fruit? Entry is whisper soft, leading into a pure, silky, off-dry orange sherbet like profile that's more grapey and citrusy towards the finish. Mildly tangy. Concludes gently acidic, clean, light and fresh with a grape and lemon sherbet aftertaste. An intriguing new liqueur. 18% Alc./Vol.

Pavan’s Petite Muscat Grapes are hand-harvested in the AOC region of Frontignan (in the South of France). Long exposure to the sun and proximity to the sea provide the perfect conditions for the Muscat vines to thrive, producing small berries that are naturally sweet and rich in aromas.

Highly mixable and versatile served as an aperitif or digestive.

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