- Type de Pineau
- Rosé Pineau
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- Teneur en alcool
- Guillon Painturaud Cognac
Guillon-Painturaud Red Pineau
Made up of both Merlot and Cabernet Franc grapes, Guillon-Painturaud Red Pineau is a fruity and flavourful Pineau produced in the Premier Cru, Grande Champagne, Cognac region. A red grape fusion from the best vines the region has to offer, ensures optimal aromatic depth and quality. Revealing notes of red fruits with hints of violet and blackcurrant, this Red Pineau is a go-to summer tipple for an afternoon aperitif in the sunshine.
Passing down three generations of tradition, expertise and innate passion, Maison Guillon-Painuraud is a long-standing, tight-knit family business. From growing the vines, to distilling, blending and aging the eaux-de-vie, the brand oversees every step of the way, when it comes to the brands production of Pineau des Charentes and Cognac. Today, the house also makes its mark within wine tourism and welcomes visitors each year to the Guillon-Painturaud estate in the heart of the Grande Champagne region.
Presentation of the bottle
Presented in a classic bottle design that showcases the copper colouring of the stunning Pineau inside. Arriving with an accompanying gift box, which features the Guillon-Painturaud crest and logo, it serves as a lovely gift to a Pineau enthusiast. The perfect addition to an afternoon aperitif amongst friends.
How to enjoy
With its full and fruity flavors, this red Pineau can be appreciated on its own, as a pre-dinner aperitif, or following dinner with dessert. Pair with a chocolate and forest fruits for a delicious after dinner delight. It is best served chilled, so pour over ice, relax and let the experience show you how to appreciate life’s simple pleasures.
À propos de Guillon Painturaud Cognac
The Cognac house of Guillon-Painturaud has a history that can be traced back to the early seventeenth century, and covers 18 hectares of prime Premier Cru terrain. A traditionally run, artisan producer, the house produces a range of cognacs that are both affordable and will appeal to all levels of cognac drinker. They grow solely the Ugni Blanc grape, which they use to create their Cognacs and Pineau des Charentes. All of the process of Cognac production is carried out at the family farm, from the tending of the land and growing the fruits, through the distillation, aging, blending and bottling.
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