Very local to its creation (1991), this Blanche has since crossed the banks of the large and the small river of which she proudly bears her name. The Blanche des Honnelles is somewhat off the beaten path. It is presented with an amber dress that is after all the traditional dress of the white period. Then it shows a higher alcohol volume (6%) than that of the Whites we know. And finally, its taste is surprising and is in no way comparable to beverages of the same type currently on the market. If its approach nose is relatively discreet, its early flavor is drowned in a severe dry bitterness on a peppery background. No acidity is present in this Blanche composed of three cereals (barley, wheat, oats).