“The first tomato wine in the world”
Domaine de la Vallée du Bras’s president, Pascal Miche, proudly introduces Omerto, a tomato wine prepared according to an old family recipe secretly coveted across four generations. On the five hectare countryside property in Baie-Saint-Paul, Charlevoix, production has soared from 20 or 30 bottles to over 50,000 per year. The sublime nectar’s name pays tribute to Omer Miche, Pascal’s great grandfather who lived in Belgium, and created his very first tomato wine in 1938. That year, Omer’s tomato crops were so exceptional that he had the wonderful idea of transforming the fruit into wine. He then honed his production methods until he obtained a vintage that was exquisite, with 16% alcohol. The Miche family prepared this recipe in their wine cellar, savouring it with friends on holidays.
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