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Château de Beaulon Pineau Blanc 2000

Pineau des Charentes - Vintage - Château de Beaulon
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0,75L bottle with box
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Château de Beaulon

Château de Beaulon

Château de Beaulon is a benchmark in the world of Cognac eau-de-vie and pineau des Charentes production.

This renowned house, located in the small Charente-Maritime commune of Saint-Dizant-du-Gua, boasts a rich history and family tradition dating back centuries.

The history of the Beaulon family is closely linked to that of their Domaine. The distillery was founded in the early 18th century by Jacques Beaulon, a man with a passion for vines and distillation. Since then, the Beaulon family has continued to run the distillery from generation to generation, preserving the heritage and tradition for which the house is renowned.

The Domaine extends over almost 90 hectares of well-kept vineyards, located in the Petite Champagne region, one of the most prized crus of Cognac. These vineyards benefit from an exceptional terroir of limestone and clay-limestone soils, which give the grapes a unique aromatic richness and complexity. This richness translates into high-quality Cognacs and pineaux des Charentes, which are one of the Beaulon distillery's specialties.

In addition to the traditional production of Cognac, Château de Beaulon is also renowned for its production of pineau des Charentes, a deliciously sweet and aromatic liqueur wine. The house offers a variety of... See more ...

Description Château de Beaulon Pineau Blanc 2000.

This is a mono-millesime blend of grape juice from 80% Sémillon and 20% Sauvignon Blanc and Gris grapes, intimately linked to Cognac, all made at Château de Beaulon exclusively at the time of harvest in autumn 2000.

This blend has been aged in French oak barrels since 2000 and bottled as demand dictated.

La robe: bright, coppery gold.

On the nose and palate: vanilla, cinnamon, fresh almond, acacia honey and white flowers with a light finish of walnut and autumn lichens. Round and velvety.

Serve around 12 to 14° C with canapés of semi-cooked or pan-fried foie gras or Charentais melon halves, or even in sauce with sea fish such as fillets of Franc sea bass.

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