Maxime Trijol, Pineau des Charentes


Tasting Note

The history of Pineau des Charentes can be traced back to the 16th century when Henry IV came to the throne of France. Legend has is that in the 1589 harvest time, a winegrower accidently poured grape must into a barrel already containing eau de vie. The mixture was rolled to the back of the Lord’s cellar. A few years later, the barrel was needed as a result of a bumper harvest. The owner was somewhat surprised by the marvellous brew, limpid and sunny as the land of Charentes

Rich and complex, fruity (blackcurrant, blackberry, cherry…) and slightly spicy (cinnamon, vanilla). Soft attack, balanced. Flowing, round tannins are unobtrusive and pleasant. Aromas of ripe red fruits.

Maxime Trijol

Size 75cl

ABV 17%

Closure Cork

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