Pineau des Charentes
The legend that has come down to us for 4 centuries is that Pineau des Charentes was discovered by chance by a Charente wine grower who inadvertently poured grape must (juice from just squeezed grapes) into a barrel containing brandy. of Cognac. It was only several years later that he discovered this limpid and sunny wine. The Pineau des Charentes was born.
Until then, it remained a liqueur wine for local family consumption, and was marketed for the first time in 1921 by a Charente wine grower whose property was located not far from Saintes, the 2nd capital of Cognac.
Food pairing / Pineau des Charentes: as an aperitif with seafood canapés, smoked trout or smoked Scottish salmon, as a starter with half a Charentais melon, or foie gras, or as an ingredient in many recipes, see cheeses marbled.
Vallein Tercinier Vieux Pineau Rouge
Vallein Tercinier Vieux Pineau Blanc
Lheraud Tres Vieux Pineau 1962
Beaulon Pineau Vieille Reserve Ruby (10 years)
Bache Gabrielsen Tres Vieux Pineaux Blanc
Drouet Vieux Pineau Blanc 2000 - Gabriel
Daniel Bouju - Very Old Pineau
Beaulon Pineau Vieille Reserve Or (10 years)
Beaulon Collection Privee Blanc 1985
Beaulon Collection Privee Rouge 1985
Beaulon Millesime Blanc 2000
Beaulon Blanc 5 ans d'âge
Lheraud Tres Vieux Pineau 1976
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