We accompany each season with a micro-cuvée of wine, beer or spirits, made in partnership with certified organic and biodynamic producers.
The cuvée «X» is born from our desire to offer a unique sparkling wine, with low alcohol. The most unconventional brand of wine reveals its audacity again by this generous and sensual wine. Its pale pink in color and has fine bubbles, signing its ele- gance. The wine’s aromas of ripe fruit and spring flowers, mixed with subtle hints of honey and citrus, bring the final touch to this innovative cuvée.
This wine was created as part of the French Beaches Lab, in partnership with Fabien Jouves, “the golden generation of Cahors”. Having taken over the family estate of 20 hectares in 2006, this formidable vigneron is located on the highest hills of Cahors. The Mas del Périé domain is ECOCERT, DEMETER and BIODYVIN certified. The whole winemaking process happens without oenological input, the wines are neither fined nor filtered. Fabien takes particular care in producing quality wines: easy- drinking wines up to his majestic single vineyard wines from Cahors.
Liberté Unplugged - PINK BEER
This beer is pinked with fermentation wine. It is a bold attempt, the outcome of which we did not know in advance, unlike a classic beer. This beer can only be produced once a year, as it involves grape juice in fermentation. Unlike the raw materials of the usual brews (malt, barley), available all year round, the grapes are only harvested once a year.
The grapes used for our rosé beer is Gamay Saint-Romain from Domaine des Pothiers, whose vineyard in Côte Roannaise is certified organic and biodynamic.
“Liberté Unplugged - Bière Rosée” is an original beer, whose aromatic complexity leads to umami. It’s a rich, full and winey beer that will take you off the beaten track
Liberté Unplugged - AMERICAN PALE ALE (A.P.A.)
The term “Pale Ale” was born in 18th century England, when coal was used to roast malt. “Pale Ale” thus designates beers made with clear malts (pale, crystal) kilned with charcoal and from ale yeast (high fermentation).
The term “A.P.A.” designates pales ales sent to the English colonies of Americas. English brewers then supplied the troops with a hoppier beer, so that it retains all its taste qualities despite the long and tumultuous maritime journey, with which the beer was confronted. This style has made a strong comeback thanks to the craft beer movement.
“Liberté Unplugged - A.P.A” is a light in alcohol beer, low in calories, easy to drink, with a dense, velvety and hoppy mouth, ending on superb bitters.