Reynac - Pineau des Charentes Blanc - Liqueur Wine 75cl Bottle


Reynac - Pineau des Charentes Blanc
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Colour: Crystal clear golden colour.

Aroma: Nuts and almonds underline by hints of citrus fruit.

Taste: Hints of fresh grapes and a lingering taste of dried linden flowers.

Tasting: Serve it well-chilled, as an aperitif or in a cocktail.

Awards: October 2003: Gold medal at the 'Saveurs du Poitou Charentes' contest in France.

April 2002: Silver Medal at the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles in Belgium in the category Pineau des Charentes.

Pineau des Charentes Blanc Reynac is essentially made from three grape varieties: Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard. Its ageing in casks endows it with a pleasing and crystal clear golden colour.

Delicate and fruity, Pineau Reynac offers a pleasant feeling of balanced sweetness. Its aromas are principally characterised by hints of fresh grapes ripened in the sun and a lingering taste of dried linden flowers.

Serve it well-chilled, as an aperitif or in a cocktail; it is also a perfect accompaniment to sea food, pan-fried Saint-Jacques and foie gras.

Category(s):     Liqueur
Group(s):     Pineau des Charentes
Producer: Reynac   -
ABV:   17%
Brand:   Reynac
Country of Origin:   France


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Date of Review: Sun, 12 Jun 2005
Review: I live in Kenya East Africa and would like to sample Pineau Blanc and Pineau Rosť. It is not sold anywhere in this country.
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Producer Information

The Reynac brand was launched in 1969 and was soon to become one of the major actors in supporting the identity of Pineau des Charentes in its own right. At the time in fact, Reynac was the brand that made the product known to a wide panel of consumers when previously, only the locals and the tourists who visited the Charentes region knew about it.
The Reynac denomination itself was created to reflect the 'AC' ending of extremely common regional place names (Cognac, Jarnac, Merignac, etc.). 'ac' stands for 'the property', the 'fief' and is of Celtic origin, bearing witness as to one of the many human groups who have populated the area throughout history.
'Rey' is another spelling for 'Roi', the French word for 'King', and was used to confer noble glamour to the product. In short, the name of REYNAC could be translated as 'The King's Fief '.
Because it has been unceasingly well-positioned on the French market, Reynac always was the leader of Pineau brands.
From the early 70s until today, it has also been the chief Pineau exporter to Belgium, Luxemburg, Canada, the United Kingdom and the USA.

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