List of products by brand Bercloux
Artisanal and Organic Eaux-de-vie
The Bercloux Distillery is located in the small village of Bercloux, in Charente Maritime. It produces alcohol with grain, plants and fruits, such as Gin, Whiskey, Absinthe ...
Philippe Laclie, the Distillery’s founder, is not at his first creation. In 2000, he began brewing his own craft beer on the Bercloux family winery, which had existed for five generations. His brewing method is original : heuses the Charentais Still to cook the beer.
Strong of this experience and wishing to go further, Philippe launches today in a new project, both ambitious and motivating : the creation of an organic distillery. The fruits are provided by the region, most of the plants come from Aumagne in Charente Maritime. Only malts cant be found locally, and are imported from Belgium since the Malterie du Château, famous for the quality of its cereals.
The Bercloux Distillery produces its eaux-de-vie using a modern distillation method thanks to its Stupfler Still made in Bègles, near Bordeaux. This choice of still allows to obtain very elegant eaux-de-vie, in a single distillation. This special still also avoids many distillation problems, such as fire of alcohol, or the loss of aromas. Rich, fine, surprisingly soft and sweet, the eaux-de-vie made by the Bercloux house preserve the completeness and the aromatic diversity of their raw materials !
An organic Gin that will delight lovers of Juniper and Coriande!
This Gin comes from the divine fusion of five ingredients from organic farming : juniper berries, coriander, some angelic roots, some calamus root and maniguette - also called seeds of paradise.
An exceptional Gin by the Bercloux's House - and it will be even more remarkable in cocktail!
The Bercloux Distillery dares distillating Whisky in Charente Maritime!
It is under the expert eye of Philipe Laclie, founder of the distillery and the brewery, that these eaux-de-vie are made. The motto : to use a maximum of local and organic products. Only the Malt comes from the Malterie du Château in Belgium - a Malt House engaged in a reasoned agricultural approach.