Wine Salts

  Wine Salt is a great finishing salt with the luxury of red wine. Salt (or fleur de sel) is combined with Cabernet Sauvignon and a proprietary red wine blend to create a new salt form like you have never tasted or seen before. Salt and wine, what ingredients could be more natural and more familiar? Wine has been revered forever and loved like no other drink, and now the benefits and core component of wine is available without alcohol, infused in salt.  Get the health benefits of resveratrol, the antioxidant flavonoid in red wine, with every use. The range of possible benefits from this antioxidant is endless.  Use on steaks, vegetables, pasta, anything that can benefit from a great visual appeal - great taste, great visual, and antioxidants every time you use it.  Be a home gourmand! 

Serve as a finishing touch right before serving a dish, use it to decorate a plate by rimming it with a bit of olive oil and then sprinkling the salt, or serve it in a salt cellar.  Serve this salt with French bread and your favorite olive oil. As a gift or for your home use, this salt is a stunner all the way around.

In the past, salt was used only as a preservative. Some governments had a monopoly on salt. People were paid with salt, hence the word salary: from "sal" which means salt.

  Salt is a mineral that the body needs to live. All the things we eat are organic, except salt, as the 22 minerals essential to life, is in the rocks of the earth. An adequate intake of minerals is important for health, because they largely determine the water retention in the body.

  The salt we use to make our wine salts comes from the sea. This is obtained by seawater evaporation. In all cases, salt is a crystal composed of NaCl: sodium chloride. Although there is no set rule, different salts have, according to their properties, a special place in food preparation. Discover our various wine salts !

Table Salt

  Salt buried in the soil of ancient seas that are found in solid blocks are called rock salt. From this solid form  all impurities are then removed. In this process,  we then  manage to obtain a very pure salt made up of 98.8 or 99.9% sodium chloride.

Sea salt

  To extract salt from the sea, the seawater is brought into evaporation fields or areas, where it evaporates naturally from the wind and the sun. The brine concentration increases, and is transferred from one field to the other, the salt is finally crystallized.

Fleur de Sel

Fleur de Sel has a particular size difference from other salts and is derived from the first crystallization of sea salt. It is more crisp than others having the appearance of larger flakes.  Fleur de Sel "raw" table salt  is the choice by excellence, unlike industrial salts . It’s fragrance highlights and enhances the taste of food by salting more discreetly. Finally,  it should be noted that the fleur de sel brings a little magnesium and essential minerals typically found in the ocean.

Fleur de Sel is collected by hand, which explains the higher cost than typical table salt, but when you look at the total cost of salt for an average family it still remains very affordable, especially if we want to add a little zest to our everyday dishes.


 Wine salt

 After infusing the salt s(fine salt, coarse salt or Fleur de sel )  in wine concentration (Chardonnay for white wine Salt and Cabernet - Merlot for red),  the salt is dried in the sun a long time, until it is completely dry. The end result is a salt of a different color  to common salt ( light yellow from the one made with Chardonnay and deep ruby ​​for Cabernet - Merlot) with a subtle caramel and a nose that will appeal to all your guests.
  It takes approximately 2 liters of  wine for 1 kilogram of salt, which will become, once dried, wine salt.

 Fine salt

Table salt is customarily used to adjust the level of salt to ones own taste buds. The notable difference with the wine salts is that your guests will be intrigued and arose curiosity.


  Coarse salt

 Coarse salt is used to tenderize meat and fish before cooking. It is also used directly in the pan when cooking favorite dishes. You can also put in a mill and use it as table salt.


Fleur de Sel

Wine salts, more delicate than regular salt, is often used in cooking as  a finishing salt on meat and fish. It also served at the table in small dishes or fancy dishes for guests’ presentations.



 This exotic salt, sweet and fruity, balsamic caramelized aromas, barely spicy, is of a deep yellow color. In the mouth it is very mild, slightly peppery.

It is ideal for seafood, fish, poultry, pork and perfect for your vegetables and sauces.


Wine salt: Cabernet - Merlot

This wine salt has balsamic aromas with flavors of preserved blackberries, caramelized red berries, meadow grass with a slight oaky touch. In the mouth it is
soft, barely tannic, slightly peppery and spicy.
Ideal for grilled meats, lamb, game and sauces ...

Fleur de sel wine salts taste even more delicate than common salt or plain sea salt, and has an extraordinary appearance. It will enhance your favorite dishes. Driven by curiosity, your guests will soon ask : "What are these beautiful ruby flakes ​​in the middle of the table?" To which you will answer,