The Gautret family have ancient roots in the southern part of the Cognac region, and were, in the 19th century, owners of the Chateau of Jonzac, which is now the town hall for which the family have long provided mayors.
The house of Jules Gautret has been producing fine cognac in Jonzac since 1847, during the reign of King Louis Philippe.
Today, it is supplied by around 500 growers around the Charente region, who provide the cellar master with an enviable variety of styles with which to create his blend.
They have a range of their own stills, located under the same roof as the cellars where the fine spirit matures in Limousin oak casks.
A noble Pineau from Merlot grapes, refined varietal nose, underscored by the natural juice and the vigour of the Cognac, a must-have aperitif or to pour into a ripe Cantaloup melon.
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Name Jules Gautret Pineau des Charentes Rosé Country France Region Charentes ABV% 17% Vintage NV Grape Variety n/a Size 750ml Dietary Information No