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Vallein Tercinier Vieux Pineau Rouge

Pineau des Charentes - Vieux - Vallein Tercinier
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0,75L bottle with box
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Vallein Tercinier

Vallein Tercinier

A House of Cognac, located in Chermignac in the heart of this deep Saintonge, not far from Saintes, a Roman city with limestone soils where the Romans planted their first vines in Gaul at the very beginning of our era.

Saintes could have become the capital of Cognac, but it had to give way to its rival Cognac, which later gave its name to France's most famous eau-de-vie at the end of the 19th century.

The house of Vallein-Tercinier was founded in 1850 and is still run today by a 5th generation bearing the same name.

Description Vallein Tercinier Vieux Pineau Rouge.

It's a blend of grape juice, grape variety CoLombard red,  harvested at the time of harvest exclusively, and Cognac.

The Pineau des Charentes is then put into French oak barrels and aged a minimum of 10 years before being bottled as demand dictates.

La robe is intense ruby.

Mouth and nose reveal notes of black cherry such as Burlat, Morello cherry, Ente prune, and almond. The finish is very velvety, with a hint of undergrowth and mocha.

Serve around 12 to 14°C as an aperitif with thin slices of Bayonne ham, charcuterie such as andouillette de Vire, white pudding flavored with Quercy black truffle or blue-veined cheeses such as Fourme d'Ambert or English Steelton.

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