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Painturaud Frères Lot 135 Very Old Rose Pineau
Painturaud Frères Very Old Rose Pineau Lot 135, celebrates the combined ages of Vincent (aged 50), Matthieu (aged 45) and Emmanuel (aged 40) – a birthday gift from cellar-master Jean Philippe to his brothers.
Upon beginning work on this offering, Jean-Philippe decided to go rummaging around in his old barrels to find rare eaux-de-vie jewels that he could blend as one exceptional Pineau dedicated to his brothers. He found three quality vintage pineau’s, each blend boasting a different grape variety (merlot, cabernet-sauvignon and cabernet-franc), which masterfully blended together creates this delightful pineau nectar that serves exceptionally as an aperitif.
Maison Painturaud Frères really came to life in 1934, following the great phylloxera crisis, when Guy Painturaud began marketing his own Cognacs and Pineau des Charentes under the family name. Since 2010, the son of Guy Painturaud (Jaques) has passed the baton on to his own sons. Today, the quartet Jean-Phillipe, Vincent, Matthieu and Emmanuel represent the 4th generation of family tradition and Cognac expertise. The brand embodies everything that is great about the prestigious Grande Champagne terroir, and you can expect nothing less than a careful curation of top-of-the-range, quality Cognac and Pineau des Charentes products.
Presentation of the bottle
Displayed in a contemporary wide-set bottle design, the Pineau’s bedazzling ruby colour is what catches the eye first and foremost. Now that it has your attention, you’ll be drawn closer to the purple accents of the label and branding – which again present a modern aesthetic that will stand with elegance amongst other spirits bottles in a collection. Arriving with a wooden presentation box, the packaging of this special Pineau reflects its status as an exclusive limited edition worth treasuring.
How to enjoy
This Pineau is best consumed fresh as an aperitif or as the perfect accompaniment to a chocolate dessert.
À propos de Painturaud Freres
Located near Segonzac, in the very heart of Premier Cru Grande Champagne country, Painturaud Frères Cognac has a history that can be traced back to the end of the 1800s. With 40 hectares of vines planted over rolling hillsides, the main crop is composed of the Ugni Blanc grape, with a smattering of Colombard and Montils. They also grow a small amount of red grapes – Merlot and Cabernet Franc – for production of red Pineaux des Charentes.
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