Pineau des Charentes is the result of stopping the fermentation of the grape juice by adding Cognac.
There are many varieties of Pineau des Charentes for you to enjoy: white, rosé, red, vieux (old), and très vieux (very old).
Exceptional Reserve, limited quantities
The magic of 20 long years ageing in Tronçais oak.
White Pineau 1982
Silver Medal Vinalies International 2007
Citadelles Trophy Vinexpo Bordeaux 2007
Prestige Trophy Citadelle, Bordeaux 2008
Silver Medal Vinalies International China 2008
The Vieilles Réserves
10 long years in oak
This legendary wine embodies the noble heritage of Château de Beaulon.
Gold Medal, Vinexpo 1999
Gold Medal, Brussels 2000
Prestige Citadelles Bordeaux 2003
Gold Medal, Vinexpo 2005
The secret of producing Pineau des Charentes is knowing how to make an expert blend of fresh grape juice (from the Ugni Blanc and Colombard varieties) and old Cognac.
This Pineau des Charentes has been aged in oak barrels for several years, so the blend of grape juice and Cognac is very harmonious.
This extra old Pineau is the result of long, patient barrel ageing, which contributes to a sumptuous, elegant bouquet. Due to long ageing, this Pineau has the colour of old gold, with coppery highlights.
Due to long ageing, this Pineau has the colour of old gold, with coppery highlights.