Elegant and French, Lillet is fresh and delightful. Jean Lillet came from Saint-Morillon in Gironde and moved to Podensac, a small town near Sauternes in the Graves region, in 1680. His descendants Raymond and Paul Lillet, merchants of fine wines, liqueurs and spirits, founded Lillet in 1872. They created Bordeaux’s first and only aperitif, known as Kina Lillet until the 1970s when it became simply Lillet, a blend of Bordeaux wines and handcrafted fruit liqueurs produced in Podensac.
Lillet Aperitif Wine Rouge
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Ruby in color. Notes of very ripe dark fruits. Powerful bouquet of fresh orange, ripe berries, vanilla and delicate spices with a robust structure. Full with the supple tannins of ripe-picked fruit.