- Pineau Type
- White Blanc Pineau
- Cognac age
- Old Vieux Pineau
- Growth area
- Grande Champagne
- Bottle size
- Vintage year
Drouet & Fils Maxence Pineau Vieux Blanc Vintage 1989 is a rare and limited pineau created only according to current demand. It's an atypical pineau - with aromas of pear, vanilla, and apricot. As the name suggests, it's created grape must from the vintage year of 1989 - this only adds to its uniquness, and the fact that it truly is a limited product.
This makes it a wonderful drink to enjoy as an aperitif, or perfect to accompany your favorite dessert. We recommend enjoying this pineau chilled or over ice for the best taste sensation.
About Drouet et Fils Cognac
Boasting a history spanning four generations, the estate of Cognac Drouet et Fils covers 74 acres of Grande and Petite Champagne. However, the cognacs produced are purely from the Grande Champagne. Creating a range of cognacs from Trois Etoiles (three stars) to XO and beyond, Cognac Drouet et Fils remains faithful to the traditional production methods of old. Today, Drouet cognacs can be found throughout the world, with their distinguished packaging and the unique bottle shapes of their top of the range cognacs making them easy to recognize.
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