At its birth in 1689 it was a celebrated festive wine, today it is often taken as an aperitif. However limiting it to an aperitif is to underestimate the treasures it conceals. Let’s discover its versatility together with the magical facets of Chateau de Beaulon.
This Pineau des Charentes is easily distinguishable by the complex fruitiness of the noble Bordeaux grape varieties Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, combined with the fragrances of old cognacs and further magnified by the ageing in oak.
This legendary wine embodies the noble heritage of Château de Beaulon: Strong and smooth. Black cherry. Prunes with a hint of blackcurrant.Cinnamon, mocha and cocoa, rich and complex savours that engulf the palate.
Recommended servings with lightly fried ‘foie gras’, fricassee of lobster, guinea fowl with figs and grapes, magret de canard with peaches draped in redcurrant jelly, game in red fruit sauces.
Cheese pairings include Fourme d’Ambert, Laguiole, Beaufort, Ossau, Iraty and black cherry jam, mature Gouda or Parmesan. And desserts of red fruit ices or pastries, raspberry coulis, plums and chocolate.
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