Pineau Bonnaud

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    23.00 

    Tasting notes:

    The Ugni-Blanc and Saint-Emilion grape varieties are at the origin of our 17.5° Extra Old Pineau White, aged for about twenty years. In its old gold color, aromas of ripe pineapple, vine peaches and a nascent rancio are discovered. The palate is unctuous, the end of mouth is very pleasant, the fruity notes are highlighted in a very appreciated freshness.

    We suggest that our Extra Old Pineau White delicately accompanies a slice of foie gras as well as your desserts.

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    20.00 

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    The Cabernet and Merlot grapes are at the origin of our Old Pineau Rosé at 17.5°. Aged for about fifteen years, its deep ruby colour offers delicate aromas of red fruit, blackcurrant and liquorice. It is both complex and elegant, with a long, aromatic finish that lingers on the palate.

    We suggest that this Old Pineau Rosé accompanies your roast pork with prunes, your chocolate cake, or a simple handful of raspberries.

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    20.00 

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    The Ugni-Blanc and Saint-Emilion grape varieties are at the origin of our 17.5° Old Pineau White. Aged for about fifteen years, its colour is more marked than the Yound Pineau White one. It offers aromas of walnut, apricot and dried fruit. When tasted, it has a gingerbread, honey and rancio aroma that enhances its flavours in the mouth.

    We suggest that our Old Pineau White delicately accompanies a slice of foie gras as well as your desserts.

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    12.00 

    Tasting notes:

    The Cabernet and Merlot grape varieties are at the origin of our 17.5° Pineau Rosé. Its slightly pink and amber colour offers aromas of fresh fruit, raspberry, blackcurrant and blackberry which delicately define it. It offers a lot of finesse, an ample, round and powerful mouth.

    We suggest you taste our Pineau Rosé as an appetizer, with melon and dried ham or with a fruit salad.

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    12.00 

    Tasting notes:

    The Ugni-blanc and Saint-Emilion grape varieties are at the origin of our 17.5° Pineau White. With its straw yellow colour and old gold glints, it offers a floral nose and intense aromas of white flesh fruits. Very supple and well-balanced on the palate, it has a long-lasting aroma.

    We suggest you taste our Pineau White as an aperitif, with cheese, or use it as a base to flavour your sauces or foie gras.

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