VERY OLD PINEAU DES CHARENTES

Pineau des Charentes is made on the day of harvest, by blending white grape juice which isrich in sugar, and a very young high alcohol content cognac, it is then put into casks to beaged for a minimum of ;  1 year ( Pineau des Charentes), 5 years (for a  Vieux Pineau des Charentes), 10 years (for a Très Vieux Pineau des Charentes).

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VERY OLD PINEAU DES CHARENTES

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The Très Vieux Pineau Bache-Gabrielsen presents aromas on the nose of honey, prunes and candied orange.

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Fruity on the palate with aromas of, hazelnut butter, dried fruit and gingerbread.

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Rich with the vanilla aroma from the limousin oak, it is round and supple and presents a verymarked pineau rancio.

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ABV : 17% vol
Volume : 75 cl
Grape Varieties : Ugni-Blanc – Colombard – Folle Blanche – Sémillon – Sauvignon – Montils
Growing areas : Fins Bois – Borderies – Petite ChampagneGrande Champagne
Colour : Amber
Ageing : More than 10 years in Limousin oak casks.

The Cellar Masters Food pairing suggestions

« Pairs superbly with Bleu d’Auvergne or Roquefort cheese, it is also a greatcombination with oysters harmonious with the sea-salt. For me, the best combination is associating the sweetness of  pineau des Charentes with a delicate savoury dish. »

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