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    French Grand Cru wine with tapas, savory and sweet

A mixed gift package with Belgian, Spanish, Scottish and French delicacies supplemented with a French Grand Cru wine. This gift is wrapped in white glossy gift paper finished with a silk ribbon.

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This international gift package consists of various snacks that can be used as tapas. To finish it all off, we add a Premier Cru champagne to the gift.The gift consists of:

  • Gift box
  • Chateau Fougueyrat, Saint Emilion Grand Cru 75 cl
  • Toast Walkers Scottish Highland Oatcakes 280 grams
  • French Pâté Castaing, Le pâté de campaign au Piment d'Espelette 150 grams
  • Belgian Confit Lambert Onion Confit 190 grams
  • Spanish Plaza del Sol Tomato Bread (Pan con Tomate) 150 g
  • Belgian Jules Destrooper Natural Butter Waffles 75 grams
  • The Belgian Cocoa Truffles Milk Chocolate 200 grams
  • Old-fashioned gingerbread. Lambert Gourmet Foods 200 grams

A wonderful International gift package to say "Thank you", "Congratulations", "Sorry" or, for example, "Get well soon".

Tomato bread: The typical Spanish tapas bread with tomato 'Pan con Tomate'. You can eat them as a snack or use them as a dip as an appetizer. These toasts should not be missing on any tapas platter!

Toast Walkers Scottish Highland Oatcakes: These Scottish oatcakes are prepared based on a traditional recipe that was perfected during the last century. They come from the heart of the Highlands and are made with only the best oats, without the addition of artificial colors or flavors. A fantastic source of wholegrain fibre, suitable for any diet, including vegetarians. Ideal as a snack. You can also use this as a base on which you apply the pâté and confit. The different flavors and textures mingle when you eat, giving you a pleasant feeling in your mouth.

Pâté Castaing, Le pâté de campaign au Piment d'Espelette: House founded in Chalosse by Joseph Castaing, with the ambition to share the excellence, know-how and culinary wealth of the region. Today, Joseph's great-grandson heads the Castaing house, always faithful to its fundamental values. The pâté is made using traditional methods from pig liver from the Landes department with Espelette pepper. This pâté castaing is excellent accompanied by toast with walnuts and raisins or accompanied by confit. (Piment d'Espelette is an aromatic chili pepper from the French Basque Country. This chili pepper is named after the Basque village of Espelette)

Old-fashioned gingerbread. Lambert Gourmet Foods: Soft gingerbread made in Belgium. A gingerbread to which a lot of attention is paid during the dough preparation, perfectly baked and with the necessary rest after baking. Delicious for breakfast or lightly roasted with pâté and foie gras.

Chateau Fougueyrat, Saint Emilion Grand Cru: Château Fougueyrat was operated by the Nicoux family until before the turn of the millennium as a very good Saint Emilion Grand Cru. The excellent terroir where the vineyards thrive testifies to great class. With prestigious Grand Cru Classé neighbors such as Cap de Mourlin, Soutard, Larmande and Dassault, this is difficult to argue with... In 2001, the Mortelmans family acquired the 7 hectares of beautifully situated vineyards with its cellars. To keep the Château among the select group of Saint Emilion Grand Crus, everything and everyone was promptly recalibrated for quality. The vineyards are located on the famous limestone cliff of Saint Emilion and are planted with 85% merlot, 10% cabernet franc and 5% cabernet sauvignon. They were realigned and some even replanted. Thanks to a double short pruning (vendanges vertes), nothing but quality is strived for in the vineyards. In the cellars, the alcoholic fermentation can be monitored very accurately thanks to small thermo-controlled stainless steel cuves. The aging in French oak barrels has been revised, so that 1/4th of oak barrels are renewed every year. The remaining wine matures in 1 or 2 year old barrels. Thanks to the large predominance of merlot, Château Fougueyrat can be drunk young, but can of course be cellared for several years. Exceptional vintages such as 2000 & 2005 may not have to avoid 20 years of cellar maturation.

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