Wine Enthusiast 89 points - The overripe aroma is concentrated, viny/seed-like and intensely raspberry jam-like in both stages. Tastes of cassis, red raspberry syrup or, better, raspberry compote. Long, ripe, intense berry aftertaste. - P.P. (May 2006)
Chambord is inspired by a unique raspberry liqueur produced in the Loire Valley of France during the late 17th Century. The liquer was said to have been introduced to King Louis XIV during one of his visits to the Chateau de Chambord during his reign. It was common during that time for liqueurs and cognacs to be consumed with elegant meals.
Today. Chambord is enjoyed throughout the world. Embraced for its velvety rich taste and versatility. It is delicious neat. on the rocks, as a flavorful ingredient in cocktails or with champagne. Chambord readily transforms the ordinary drinks occasion into an extradordinary experience.
Chambord is crafted from the world's finest raspberries and blackberries. Madagascar vanilla Moroccan citrus peel, honey and cognac to create a delicious all-natural Black Raspberry Liqueur.
Chambord is crafted on the premises of a traditional Loire Valley Chateau south of Paris, using only the finest all-natural ingredients in a unique three-step process.