Pineau des Charentes White
Grape varieties: Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche, Colombard, Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Montils, Meslier Saint-François, Jurançon Blanc, Merlot Blanc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc
Ageing: Minimum 18 months (12 months in barrel)
Alcoholic degree: 16-22% by volume
Vieux et Très Vieux White Pineau
Ageing: Vieux Pineau des Charentes blanc is oak aged for at least 5 years, while the Très Vieux ages for a minimum of 10 years.
Whether enjoyed with a starter or dessert, Pineau des Charentes is best served cold (8-10°C), in a tulip-shaped glass, to appreciate the wine’s full range of flavours and aromas. Young Pineau makes an ideal aperitif, whereas a Vieux or Très Vieux Pineau is a perfect way to round off your meal.
Pineau is also great in cocktails, blended with fruit juice, tonic water and a few mint leaves.
A Vieux or Très Vieux white Pineau goes exceptionally well with foie gras, blue cheese, and goat's cheese. Melon is also a much appreciated match with young white Pineau.
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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 2005Excl. Tax: €35.00 Incl. Tax: €42.00
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 2008Excl. Tax: €65.83 Incl. Tax: €79.00
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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.Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €13.33 Incl. Tax: €16.00
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A blend of Grande Champagne and Petite Champagne eaux de vie, Cognac DEAU BLACK is at the same time full of aromas and soft. Its name, BLACK , refers to the color of the glass used by the professional tasters during blind tasting sessions. Initial ageing takes place in new casks, followed by maturation in older casks less generous in tannins. A tasting note for Cognac DEAU BLACK notes intense floral flavors (iris, violet, honeysuckle, orange blossom). Delicious straight but also mixed with exotic fruit juices, tonic water and sodas. Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €166.67 Incl. Tax: €200.00
DEAU cognac COLLECTION XO is soft, delicate and ample with a generous taste, and exhales aromatic flavors. A blend of cognacs sourced mostly from Petite Champagne and Fins Bois ,Cognac DEAU XO was aged in small Limousin oak wood barrels for 10 to 15 years, . Deep amber color and mahogany nuances. Floral (jasmine, violet) and fruit aromas (dry plum, cinnamon). Refined and elegant flavors, with delicate touch of oak wood. Ample, well balanced with an extra smooth finish. Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €120.83 Incl. Tax: €145.00
Year 1665: During the reign of Louis XIV, Louis DEAU settles in the cognac region Cognac LOUIS MEMORY was blended as a tribute to the family's ancestor. This Grande Champagne XO is smooth and well balanced, very generous to the mouth with an endless lingering after taste. The eldest eaux de vie were harvested at the beginning of XXth century and the youngest in 1970's. It is characterised by an exceptionally long after taste that is very intense and complex. Best sipped straight, ideally in a tulip glass with a good cigar. The masterpiece of the family Collection, indeed. Learn MoreExcl. Tax: €266.67 Incl. Tax: €320.00