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- Domaine de Château Guynot
Domaine de Chateau Guynot Tradition Rosé N°8 Pineau
A beautiful marriage of Foie Gras, Fourme d’Ambert and Gorgonzola, this Pineau is a wonderfully balanced selection. Boasting ample and rounded notes of sweet vanilla and nut, it’s a softer choice for those that enjoy a Cognac with a lighter touch. Recognized for its brilliance, it’s the winner of multiple awards that are well-deserved.
Silver medal - 2015 - Concours des Vignerons Indépendants de France.
Bronze medal - 2008 - Concours des Vignerons Indépendants de France.
Gold medal - 2002 and 2001- Concours Général Agricole de Paris.
Bronze medal - 1999 - Concours Général Agricole in Paris.
Silver medal - 1998 - Concours Général Agricole in Paris.
Produced by a Cognac house with a prevalent history, Domaine de Chateau Guynot certainly knows what it takes to produce exceptional Cognacs. With an estate dating back to the eighteenth century, its procedures are well-rehearsed and rooted in expertise. It is thanks to this sense of tradition that the house is renowned for high-quality, critically acclaimed Cognacs like the Domaine de Chateau Guynot Tradition Rosé N°8 Pineau.
Presentation of the bottle
This wonderfully expressive bottle brings the essence of the Cognac to life at first glance. Capturing the sweetness of its flavor with an image of its succulent rose grapes, the viewer is immediately invited in for a sip. Traditional branding then effortlessly conveys a rich sense of the house's history, with royal tones and swirl type. An understated display that tells an in-depth tale, this bottle invites itself to the heart of your dining table with ease.
How to enjoy
Thanks to its balanced sweet tone, this Cognac can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Sip it on its own to taste the depth of its essence, or add it into a longer drink to curate an enticing note.
À propos de Domaine de Château Guynot
Situated between Saintes, a Gallic-Roman village and Royan, is the Domaine de Chateau Guynot, the former home of the Marquis de Monconseil. The history of this award-winning Cognac house is still very much prevalent - the cooling room which dates back to the eighteenth century, stands at the heart of the domain in a wooded park. In one of the four main Cognac terroirs, they grow Ugni Blanc and Colombard grapes for their high-quality bottles of Cognac.
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