Crème de Cassis
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The darling of brunches everywhere, the Bellini is a delicious dessert in itself. Using fresh vineyard peaches makes it even better! Wash and peel a vineyard peach, cut it in half and destone, saving the peel for later. Throw the fruit into the blender with a dash of lemon juice and 30ml of Sathenay Crème de Pêche de Vigne. Blend for thirty seconds, add a couple of ice cubes and blend again. Filter into two champagne glasses and top, gently, with Prosecco. Garnish with a twist of peel or a fine slice of fresh peach.Back to shop
When you smell Sathenay Crème de Pêche de Vigne, you’ll experience a ripe, expressive aroma array, with exotic fruit notes.
When you taste Sathenay Crème de Pêche de Vigne, your palate will be met with a sweet, soft medley of rustic peach flavours, with a long, intensely fruity finish.
The Domaine de Sathenay lies between Dijon and Beaune, in the heart of Burgundy. Beaune has long been known for the blackcurrant shrubs that grow there in abundance, and the modern-day crème de cassis first appeared in nearby Dijon in 1841. This beautiful, ancient region is renowned for its glorious wines. Green, peaceful, and packed with vineyards and medieval castles, Burgundy is an old fairytale brought to life.
Having created their original Crème de Cassis, Sathenay turned its attention to other fruit flavours. The sunny, rustic taste of ripe vineyard peaches lends itself perfectly to a classic cream liqueur. Popular with both bartenders and amateur enthusiasts, Sathenay Crème de Pêche de Vigne is a mainstay of the cocktail cabinet.
Sathenay’s crèmes differentiate themselves from the rest of the market, due to the sheer amount of fresh fruit used in production. By increasing the number of ripe vineyard peaches that go into each bottle, the flavour is markedly different. Sweet, rich, and authentic, Sathenay Crème de Pêche de Vigne offers a taste of the fruit itself – like biting into a sun-warmed peach, ripe from the vine.
In 2013, Laurent and Pierre created a small wine and spirit distribution company named Diva. Their goal was to build a selection of luxury wines and spirits that wouldn’t be available to the public otherwise. Located in Burgundy, their wine list expanded quickly, and they started searching for a range of artisanal cream liqueurs to complement it. They ended up taking over Sathenay themselves, to have freedom to choose their own recipes and ensure an impeccable level of craft quality.More on the Brand