In their new and first Alléno & Rivoire chocolate boutique, chefs Yannick Alléno and Aurélien Rivoire have launched the Terroirs de France chocolate bar collection, which pays homage to the richness of the lands of France and its vineyards.
An interesting range of eight bars based on the principle that two fermented products, such as chocolate and wine, can offer a unique tasting moment. For now there are only two references available: Terroirs de France in harmony with Champagne and Terroirs de France in harmony with Cognac. Côte Rôtie, Chambertin, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Sauternes, Saint-Emilion, and Chablis will soon complete the collection.
In Terroirs de France – Champagne, in addition to 55% dark chocolate of Ecuadorian origin, we find praline with sake licor, seaweed marmalade, and ginger confit. While in Terroirs de France-Cognac, there is also 55% Ecuadorian dark chocolate, although in this case combined with flaxseed and almond praline and bits of mango, orange, and ginger confit.