I remember some threads in the past, perhaps a search will uncover something.
I'm personally no big fan of the house - but other people like it a lot. I like and own Violetta, it's a big violet, sort of old fashioned. Scents from the old collection people seem to talk about include also Castile (lemon - I strongly dislike the drydown but it gets a lot of love here), English Fern (as an example of fougere, but somewhat rough), and Douro.
In recent years, they tried instead to embrace a modern style of perfumery (also using whimsical, funny ads), and some of the newer scents are by the (overstretched) Duchafour. Sartorial seems to be the most loved exponent of this new wave (it is a "nugere", and supposedly recalls chemicals used in tailor shops), but there's also Opus 1870 (interesting near marine fresh), Amaranthine (confused fruity), and Juniper Sling (zingy but short lived gin).