G'Vine Floraison Gin de France 70 cl
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Did you know that the earliest gins were made with grape brandy? With the rise of trade and ecological commerce, grains gradually replaced grapes as the basis for gin. Grains are cheaper to grow and cheaper to distill, and today make up nearly 99% of gin worldwide. This cookie is used to a profile based on user's interest and display personalized ads to the users. Gathers information for WordPress by themselves, first party analytics tool about how WP services are used. A collection of internal metrics for user activity, used to improve user experience.
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G?Vine Gin Floraison is well-rounded in character and neatly balanced in its aromas. The grapes that make the base of this gin are also detectable on the palate, alongside pleasantly powerful floral tones, finely complemented by the other carefully selected botanicals. Drinking G?Vine Gin
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Most of the gin you drink originates with a neutral grain spirit: wheat, barley, rye, etc. Each grain results in a base spirit with different characteristics that affect the end product. Gin and lemon make for the perfect pairing, as shown by the success of the gin fizz, martini, gin and tonic, and Martinez.
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The delicate aromas of cardamom and ginger are followed by smooth, subtle verdant flavors with flowers and spice. In his quest for a truly original gin, master distiller Jean-Sébastien Robicquet came up with the radical idea of macerating vine blossoms in neutral grape spirit. He knew it was a risk, but one that he had to take. By gathering grape flowers during their few days of bloom in June, they would no longer be able to produce grapes for a traditional September harvest. Once macerated, he mixed in juniper and nine other plants and spices, creating a signature heady blend. Grapes: the secret to a fresh and floral gin
Grapes + fermentation = wine. Right? Sure. But fermented grapes can also end up as brandy, schnapps, beer… and even gin. Otec G’Vine ginu Jean-Sebastien Robicquet patří do rodu, který se produkci destilátů věnoval už v 16. století. Tehdy také vznikl Maison Villevert, destilérie nacházející se v oblasti s tradicí produkce francouzského koňaku – v regionu Cognac. Sám Jean-Sebastien je uznávaným vinařem i master-destillerem. Dlouhou dobu spolupracoval se společností Diageo, ale jeho vášeň ho táhla dál. „Chtěl přinést na trh jedinečný spirit. A vinné květy, které přidáváme jako jednu z celkem deseti botanicals, dělají G’Vine opravdu výjimečným,“ říká export ambasadorka ginu G’Vine Leslie Marineau. This gin liqueur is stylish – just like you! It will make your happy moments and memories shine even brighter, and make you want to spread the love with your online tribe!