The name of Hermitage “La Chapelle” is linked to the little chapel of Saint-Christophe above the vineyard terraces overlooking the Rhone river. In 1834 Antoine Jaboulet builds his house in Tain Hermitage in the Rhone valley. Since then, from father to son, the family works passionately on Syrah, growing on the iconic Hermitage hill. They … Continue reading Rhône Valley, Hermitage La Chapelle 1990.
In order to obtain a foie gras in 15 days, in a completely irrational and artificial manner, a producer assisted by mother-nature, brings forth in one year without force-feeding an organic, natural and ethical foie gras. Using a natural physiological mechanism, the wild geese and ducks accumulate spontaneously, fat reserves, before migrating. A 1 300 … Continue reading A natural organic foie gras, without force feeding, unique in the world and much to scarce!