Agriculture d'altitude

Altitude agriculture

Since the distillery foundation in 1994, agriculture remains a pillar of the company. It takes place at the hamlet of "La Chanenche Haute" at 1400 meters above sea level on the sunny slopes of the Ubaye valley. Our cultures are initially focused on raspberry and rose (Rosa Centifolia). In an innovation and experimentation approach, we are choosing today to develop and diversify our agricultural crops with other fruits and plants that enter into the development of our spirits. Certified organic since 2009 in order to enhance an environmentally friendly agriculture, Lachanenche in depths its know-how by experimenting with new virtuous...

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Cueillettes sauvages raisonnées

Reasoned wild picking

Subtle marriage of Alps and Provence: Lachanenche is located in the heart of the Ubaye valley whose terroir offers a variety of aromatic plants unique in Europe.Wild picking is carried out in the heart of this mountain valley, in a reasoned manner for the sake of preserving biodiversity. In order to guarantee superior taste quality, plants, flowers and wild berries are taken at the time of their development releasing great aromatic power. This method of supplying short circuit, certified organic is part of our social and environmental responsibility approach.

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Savoir-faire unique

Unique know-how

Distillation The Lachanenche distillery perfected in the art of distillation by means of a centenary still acquired in 2012.Benoit in charge of manufacturing, applies to refining his knowledge through the diversity of distilled products (plants, fruits, cereals). The objective is to offer subtle and tasty spirits, with a touch of originality brought by the singularity of this still.Alambic : 1907 steam alambic, comprising three copper vases. Itinerant and initially intended for the production of Marc in Savoy. It was renovated by the addition of two columns of stupfler rectifications allowing the production of a finer alcohol with precise and powerful aromatics....

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