Pasquet (Cognac)

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Domaine Pasquet, Pineau Charant

Domaine Pasquet, Pineau Cherant

Golden in color, the nose of this Pineau is lively and complex, with aromas of dried fruit; notes of pear-flambé and honey persist. It is wonderfully balanced on the palate a pear and honey flavors blossom from the start. The finish shines with invigoration, complex tannins, and hints of candied grapefruit.

A delightful desert wine or mix with tonic and a bit of lemon for a refreshing summer drink. Only 16% alcohol.

$45.00
Price: $45.00

Domaine Pasquet, Marie Framboise

Domaine Pasquet, Marie Framboise

This small 7,5 hectares (18.5 acres) vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Eraville in Grande Champagne.
The property has been producing cognac since 1730. The Family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800’s. Today, it is Jean-Luc's turn to transmit the family heritage and his own precious knowledge to his son, Jean.
In 1995, the Pasquet began cultivating their vineyard according to the principles of organic agriculture, meaning that no synthetic chemicals are used. Their philosophy is based on reinforcing the vine's natural defenses. The majority of the grapevines produce the Ugni Blanc grape, but several years ago, they planted Folle blanche vines, which were the varietal used before the phylloxera crises of the 19th century. Although difficult to grow, this varietal gives incomparably smooth and rich eaux-de-vie.

$45.00
Price: $45.00

Domaine Pasquet, Rare

Domaine Pasquet, Rare

This small 7,5 hectares (18.5 acres) vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Eraville in Grande Champagne.
The property has been producing cognac since 1730. The Family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800’s. Today, it is Jean-Luc's turn to transmit the family heritage and his own precious knowledge to his son, Jean.
In 1995, the Pasquet began cultivating their vineyard according to the principles of organic agriculture, meaning that no synthetic chemicals are used. Their philosophy is based on reinforcing the vine's natural defenses. The majority of the grapevines produce the Ugni Blanc grape, but several years ago, they planted Folle blanche vines, which were the varietal used before the phylloxera crises of the 19th century. Although difficult to grow, this varietal gives incomparably smooth and rich eaux-de-vie.

$325.00
Price: $325.00

Domaine Pasquet, Tradition Familiale

Domaine Pasquet, Tradition Familiale

This small 7,5 hectares (18.5 acres) vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Eraville in Grande Champagne.
The property has been producing cognac since 1730. The Family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800’s. Today, it is Jean-Luc's turn to transmit the family heritage and his own precious knowledge to his son, Jean.
In 1995, the Pasquet began cultivating their vineyard according to the principles of organic agriculture, meaning that no synthetic chemicals are used. Their philosophy is based on reinforcing the vine's natural defenses. The majority of the grapevines produce the Ugni Blanc grape, but several years ago, they planted Folle blanche vines, which were the varietal used before the phylloxera crises of the 19th century. Although difficult to grow, this varietal gives incomparably smooth and rich eaux-de-vie.

$100.00
Price: $100.00

Domaine Pasquet, Coeur de Grande Champagne

Domaine Pasquet, Coeur de Grande Champagne

This small 7,5 hectares (18.5 acres) vineyard is nestled in the tiny township of Eraville in Grande Champagne.
The property has been producing cognac since 1730. The Family operation was passed on to Jean-Luc by his uncle Albert, who left Jean-Luc with eaux-de-vie dating back to the late 1800’s. Today, it is Jean-Luc's turn to transmit the family heritage and his own precious knowledge to his son, Jean.
In 1995, the Pasquet began cultivating their vineyard according to the principles of organic agriculture, meaning that no synthetic chemicals are used. Their philosophy is based on reinforcing the vine's natural defenses. The majority of the grapevines produce the Ugni Blanc grape, but several years ago, they planted Folle blanche vines, which were the varietal used before the phylloxera crises of the 19th century. Although difficult to grow, this varietal gives incomparably smooth and rich eaux-de-vie.

$65.00
Price: $65.00