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Banchereau Cognac

Maison Banchereau is in the Grande Champagne region. They make Cognac and Pineau des Charentes. They have over 45 hectares of vineyards. The growing year starts in November and ends with the grape harvest in October. They press and ferment the grapes for several weeks. This makes wine, which they distil from November to March. They use the traditional Charentais method.

Banchereau's cognacs include:

The Vogue

A younger cognac, aged over three years, for various uses.

The NapoleonAged over six years, with a woody character.

The XO (Extra Old)Aged for more than 12 years.

The XO Grande ChampagneOver 25 years old, known for its rich aroma.

Le Hors d’Âge

Their oldest cognac, showing the long ageing process.

Their Pineaux varieties are:

Pineau roséFruity, with citrus, blackcurrant, and cherry notes. It is enjoyed chilled or with some desserts.

Pineau blancSmooth and mature, often served chilled. It can go well with rich foods like "foie gras" or certain cheeses.

Maison Banchereau focuses on making quality spirits. They invite visitors to explore their range.

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