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The Chateau was built by the “de Vinsons” family in 1480 during the reign of King Louis XIV. At the dawn of the renaissance period Beaulon’s architectural style was still flamboyantly gothic.
The vineyards of the château cover some 90 hectares. A deliberate and judicious choice of 9 grape varieties set the Château de Beaulon vineyards apart. Contrary to modern trends, Beaulon has remained faithful to the region’s traditional 16th century vine stocks : Folle Blanche, Colombard and Montils for Cognac ; Sémillons, Sauvignon for white pineau ; Cabernets Franc/Sauvignon and Merlots for red pineau.
The fertiliser used on the land is natural and organically based.
The 12 year old Beaulon is a stunning cognac.
Golden almost orange in appearance.
The nose has hints of bread, almond, gorse and wild peach, cinnamon, racy and complex.
The palate is fruity, very rich, fresh with a very long aftertaste.