Lillet is a premium aperitif created in 1872 and prepared in the cellars of Podensac, a small village south of Bordeaux. Lillet is made from a subtle blend of wines and fruit infusions prepared by the Winery Master, using methods that have been passed down from generation to generation since the 19th century. XIX It is traditionally aged in oak barrels. It has a ruby color, with potent perfumes of fresh oranges, very ripe red fruits, with a solid structure in the mouth. Lillet is first an excellent aperitif wine: very cold, on ice, with a slice of orange, lemon or green lime. It is always served cold.