Light brown with a dark yellow rim. Heady, complex infused nose (the mix of herbs includes peppery green alder, pine forest spikenard, white-rod berries, lovage root, sweet gale seeds and wild angelica). Conifer resin and herbal notes develop in the glass. The fresh taste counterbalances the alcohol heat in the soft, silky mid-palate leading to a dry, compact finish. The name comes from the Chic-Choc Mountains, source of the herbs used for the infusion. Worth discovering.