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Bache Gabrielsen Very Old Pineau

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Grande Champagne
Petite Champagne

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A refreshingly light orange, with deeper amber tones.


Delectable aromas of honey, prune and crystallised orange.


Round and fruity with complimentary aromas of hazelnut butter, dried fruits and gingerbread. Vanilla hints from the recognisable Limousin oak. Mellow and well-balanced, still boasting an exceptional pineau rancio.

Growth area & soil: Borderies, Fins Bois, Grande Champagne, Petite Champagne

Fins Bois
Grande Champagne
Petite Champagne


Bache Gabrielsen Very Old Pineau

Impressively ageing for more 15 years in oak barrels, the Very Old Pineau from Bache-Gabrielsen is an exceptional choice of Cognac. A Pineau des Charentes blend of fresh grape juice, rich in delectable sweetness, combined with the sought after young Cognac with high alcohol levels. Proudly produced on the very day of the harvest, there is a tangible freshness to this diverse Cognac.

Produced by a Cognac house that has over 110 years of experience in crafting Cognac, there is undeniable expertise in this Very Old Pineau. Boasting an impressive reputation, Bache Gabrielsen is renowned for top-selling creations, making its art of blending one that shouldn’t be missed.

Presentation of bottle

Housed in tradition, with a blend of cream, gold and royal blue this bottle oozes elegance. With its royal shades, it commands its space as a superior choice of excellent Cognac. Beautifully balancing its historic touch, with contemporary chic, it's a fine choice to be offered as a gift, or enjoyed for the self.

How to enjoy

With a harmonious balance of sweetness and rancio, this Cognac can be enjoyed on its own to allow the beauty of its blend to be savoured. Add a dash of water to offer space for the palate to fully embody. Can also compliment a longer drink, to offer a charming delectability.

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About Bache Gabrielsen Cognac

Bache-Gabrielsen is a medium-sized family-run Cognac house with an international history. The company was created in 1905, and so it celebrated its 100th anniversary in the last few years. With its clean design, Cognac Bache-Gabrielsen takes an important position in the Cognac market, exporting mainly to Scandinavian countries. Hervé Bache-Gabrielsen, the fourth generation head of the company, is well aware that the Cognac industry is undergoing changes, with the international market being heavily developed and marketing strategies refined to cater a younger, trendier consumer-base. Considering the size of the business in comparison to the big cognac houses, it is surprising to find out that this Norwegian Cognac brand holds the market leadership in cognac sales in Norway!

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