If you've never tried this then please do ...... superb (chilled in the summer and room temp in winter). Very quaffable but be careful - its normally around 17%.
Never seen Pineau this cheap in the UK and although I can't see the brand Lidl have, Pineau is AOC, so strictly controlled.
It is a fortified wine (mistelle or vin de liqueur), made from a blend of lightly-fermented grape must and Cognac eau-de-vie.. The style is thought to have originated in 1589 by chance, when a vintner accidently filled a Cognac cask with grape juice.
Aromas of raisins and oak spice combine with soft, fruity flavours on the palate.
The dominant white variety of pineau is made using the grapes Ugni Blanc, Folle Blanche and Colombard, with occasional Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Montils. The mixture is aged for at least 18 months, including a minimum of 8 months in oak barrels.