“In August 1944, a convoy of US soldiers liberated a small village in Brittany, France.
The first jeep stopped to pick up a seven year old boy greatly impacted by the war.
The US soldier gave him a piece of gum and chocolate.
The boy’s eyes lit up and he smiled. From that moment, an eternal gratitute for the United States of America was born. That boy is my father, Joel Bonneté.”
- Jean-Francois Bonneté co-owner
of Liberation de Paris
Chardonnay 89 on wine enthusiast!
The nose on this golden wine is scented with toasted almonds and cashews with a hint of vanilla and honey. Flavors of ripe grapefruit and honeysuckle cover the palate. Its well-balanced oak offers firm structure while its finish is warm and dry. — Jacy Topps
Cabernet-Sauvignon 89 on wine enthusiast!
Beautiful aromas of black pepper, cigar box, and plum on the nose of this Cabernet. Blackberries, blueberries, dried herbs pop on the palate. The round tannin lends structure. The finish is generous with hints of spice. — Jacy Topps
Winning Super Bowl Sips
"Honest Cooking" made a cocktail with one of Liberation de Paris' wine you can enjoy for the super bowl! Learn the recipe today!
"Cosmopolitan" talks about one of Liberation de Paris' own cocktail recipes: Spiced Apple Sangria. Learn how to make it today!