Rouge or Rosé Pineau des Charentes
Grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Merlot
Ageing: 14 months, including at least 8 months in oak barrels
Alcoholic degree: 16-22 % by volume
Vieux & Très Vieux Rouge & Rosé
Ageing: 5 years minimum in oak barrels for Vieux and 10 years for Très Vieux Pineau des Charentes.
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.
Chocolate dishes are especially enhanced by a Vieux or Très Vieux rosé. Rosé or red Pineau is a treat with strawberries.
The Vieilles Réserves
10 long years in oak
This legendary wine embodies the noble heritage of Château de Beaulon.
Prestige Citadelles Bordeaux 2003
The blend Merlot, Cabernet, and Cognac provides a unique pale ruby-red colour. Barrel aging brings out heady, fruity flavours. There is a wonderful balance between sweetness and concentration. Best enjoyed at a temperature of 5-8° C.
Exceptional Reserve, limited quantities
The magic of 20 long years ageing in Tronçais oak.
Red 20 year old Pineau
Gold Trophy Starwine International USA 2005
Gold Medal Vinalies International 2007
Prestige Trophy Vinexpo Bordeaux 2007
Excellence Trophy, Citadelle, Bordeaux 2008