Lillet is widely supplied and is therefore easy to find, particularly in supermarkets.
Since the end of the 19th century, Lillet has been enjoyed as an aperitif. Another product that is consumed locally, Lillet is now sold internationally. Comprised of 85% wine and 15% liqueur, it is sold as three products. The oldest production is the white Lillet, whilst the red Lillet was added to the range in 1962. Lillet is now also sold as a rosé. Made from a blend of spices, Lillet was created thanks to the abundance of food products coming from Bordeaux’s historic port.