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The Reineclaude (Prunus domestica subsp. Italica),
named after the French queen Claude de France,
a daughter of Louis XII, is originally from Asia Minor
and was cultivated in ancient Greece 2500 years ago.
Her extremely aromatic and sweet flesh
is not only suitable for jams and jellies,
but also gives a delicious, typically plumy distillate.
The more surprising it is that this old rose plant
from the Central European distillers
The Hegauer Ringlotten used for our brand
the variety Graf Althanns, come from the southern
Volcanic slopes of the Hilzinger Magdalenenhof,
nestled between the ruins of Hohentwiel
and Hohenkrähen, where family Hägele in 2014
could bring a great quality to the crop and
the fruits especially for our distillery until fully ripe
left on the tree.
DLG Award-winning top quality - the DLG Silver Award 2009
Storage potential: 2 - 20 years
Drinking strength: 42% vol.
Bottle: 0.35 l
Harvest year: 2014
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SZENEDRINKS offers one of the largest selections of different Gin and Tonic varieties, but Franz’ store does also present a wide but selective variety of champagne, whisky, rum, tequila, meczal, grappa, vermouth, vodka, liquors and fruit brandy.
His motto: "class instead of mass”. Here, you will find an impressive assortment of limited editions and exquisite drinks for every occasion.