Cognac Réviseur

REVISEUR PINEAU DES CHARENTES

Reviseur Pineau des Charentes is a fortified white wine, “Vin de Liqueur”, from the Petite Champagne region.
It is made by adding Cognac (eaux-de-vie) and blended with slightly fermented grape must from the current vintage. This Vieux (old) Pineau is aged at the estate for at least 5-years in French Oak barrels, which gives the wine more complexity.
This moderately sweet French wine can be used as an aperitif or with fresh fruit after dinner. It is served chilled in a tulip shaped glass. It is also used as an ingredient in various cocktails.
Tasting Notes: An elegant wine with fruit flavors and hints of chestnuts, dried fruits and gingerbread notes.


REVISEUR COGNAC XO – Single Estate Cognac

This cognac is produced in the Petite Champagne region and made with Ugni-Blanc grapes. Each step of the production is carried out on the estate. It is double distilled in traditional Charentais pot-stills then aged in 350 liter French Limousin oak barrels.
“Aromas feature plums, red berries, raisins, cherry preserves and poppy seeds. The palate entry is sleek and woody sweet; the mid-palate finds flavors of pipe tobacco, marzipan, dark caramel, fudge and chocolate orange. Finishes stately yet vivacious. Find and buy.” – Wine Enthusiast


REVISEUR COGNAC VSOP – Single Estate Cognac

This cognac is produced in the Petite Champagne region and made with Ugni-Blanc grapes. Each step of the production is carried out on the estate. It is double distilled in traditional Charentais pot-stills then aged in 350 liter French Limousin oak barrels.
“Pure amber color. Aromas of floral honeycomb, dried fruits, cola, and pistachio nougat with a silky, fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body and a warming elegant dance of nuts, spices, cider, caramel, and minerals. A very polished and stylish VSOP.” – Beverage Testing Institute


REVISEUR COGNAC VS – Single Estate Cognac

This cognac is produced in the Petite Champagne region and made with Ugni-Blanc grapes. Each step of the production is carried out on the estate. It is double distilled in traditional Charentais pot-stills then aged in 350 liter French Limousin oak barrels.
“Bright pale amber color. Layered aromas of figs, dried pear, praline, waxy honeycomb, and baking spices with a silky, fruity-yet-dry medium body and a long, lively, interplay of fruits, nuts, chocolate, spices, and minerals. A delightful, vivacious VS that will be great in cocktails” – Beverage Testing Institute