Lillet Lillet Blanc
The range core product: all the freshness of an aperitif with a smooth and fruity taste and a full, fleshy structure
Native of Saint-Morillon in Gironde, Jean Lillet moved to Podensac, a small village of the Graves wine region, near Sauternes, in 1680. In 1872, his descendants Raymond and Paul Lillet, fine wines, liquors and spirits merchants, funded Maison Lillet. They created the first and only aperitif from Bordeaux, the Lillet (called Kina Lillet until the 1970s), a blend of wines and fruit macerations crafted in Podensac cellars. Podensac, a small village south of Bordeaux, is the birthplace of Lillet aperitif, a subtle blend of rigorously selected wines and fruit macerations crafted on site.