Young calvados (average of 3 years) with a golden hue, a pronounced aroma of apples, and a soft mouthfeel. Blend of apples and pears (30%), which come mostly from the Domfrontais area. 40% ABV.
Fine is, by law, aged a minimum of 2 years.
The name Claque-Pepin comes from a type of apple variety, which when ripe, rattles when shaken. The name translates to the seeds (pepin) which rattle (claque). The property is located in the Normandie region, nestled between the Domfrontais and the Pay d'Auge, in the 17th century farm next to the ancient chateau of Serans, formerly the family estate of the Louvet family.