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Roger Groult Calvados

Roger Groult Calvados stands as one of the most reputable names in the world of Calvados, a distinct apple brandy from the Normandy region in France. Over the years, the Groult family has been instrumental in preserving and championing the traditions associated with Calvados production, combining them with innovative techniques to produce a spirit that's both unique and authentically Normand.

The history of the Groult family's involvement in Calvados dates back to the 19th century. Since then, their commitment to excellence and the understanding of terroir has been passed down through the generations. This has allowed the family to maintain a consistent quality in their products while also continuously improving their craft.

Central to the Roger Groult Calvados is the selection of apples. The Normandy region boasts a rich variety of apple types, and the Groult family carefully selects, blends, and ferments them to achieve the desired complexity of flavours. The apples are transformed into cider, which is then distilled and aged in oak casks. The ageing process, which can range from a few years to several decades, imparts depth, character, and a golden hue to the spirit.

The ageing process is where the mastery of the Groult family truly shines. Over the years, they've acquired a comprehensive understanding of how the Calvados evolves within the barrels. As the spirit interacts with the oak, it adopts flavours such as vanilla, caramel, and spice, making it richer and more complex. The Groult family carefully monitors this maturation process, ensuring that each batch is bottled at its peak.

In terms of offerings, Roger Groult Calvados presents a spectrum of age statements. Whether it's the younger, vibrant expressions or the older, more profound ones, each bottle encapsulates the essence of Normandy's terroir and the family's dedication to their craft. For instance, the Venerable, a blend of old Calvados aged for several decades, stands out with its depth and aromatic complexity.

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