Gin G'Vine Floraison
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Ninety-nine per cent of the gins in the world are made using a base of a neutral grain spirit. G'Vine does not. This grape-based gin comes to us from France where Jean-Sébastien Robicquet, the mastermind behind Cîroc Vodka, decided to make a super-premium gin that definitely stands out from the crowd. This is a hard goal to achieve with so many gins on the market today, but G'Vine is truly putting other gins to the test.
G'Vine Floraison Gin uses French Ugni blanc grapes from the Cognac region to craft a neutral grape brandy that is naturally sweet thanks to the grapes used. To this are added handpicked grape blossoms, juniper berries, and select spices and aromatics. These are all distilled separately to ensure that the perfect dosage makes its way into the final product. The grape blossoms the signature ingredient in this gin that ties together all of the other flavours while adding roundness and aroma.
When opened, G'Vine Floraison Gin does not smell like a standard gin. The grape notes remain apparent both in the smell and in the taste, which is definitely not a bad thing. This unique spirit is made for experimentation but will also hold its own in your favourite gin cocktails. Subtle and fresh, this is a gin you will want to try for yourself.
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Description · G'Vine
Gin G'Vine Floraison
- Colour: White crystalline
- Smell: Delicate, sweet and floral, with spicy notes (memories cardamom and ginger)
- Taste: Silky, round, memories of flowers and spices. The floral note is very evident, with ginger, juniper and cardamom in the background. Final dry floral notes but at the same time. Final clean and sparkling.
ALCOHOL: 40% Vol
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Highlighted review about Gin G'Vine Floraison
Posted on 08/11/12 at 16.53
I've had 3 tonic: QTonic, Fever-Tree and Schweppes. Fantastic with the 3! With a twist of lemon peel is fine (pass it around the rim of the cup), but I really want to try the G'Vine Floraison with grapes and orange, and parsley and grapefruit. I will tell you. ;)
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Posted on 10/09/17 at 19.14
Posted on 28/07/17 at 10.59
- The delicate craft contributes to the unique and sophisticated, yet light and smooth taste that is inherent to G'Vine.
- From the first taste, G'Vine is delicate and floral, evolving into spicy warmth with an extremely long finish.
- The subtle aromatic vine flower, together with the grape spirit, softens the traditional juniper taste inherent in most gins.
- Smooth and well balanced in the mouth, G'Vine is luscious and definitely less harsh than any other gin.
- Thanks to its versatility, G'Vine offers many new drinking options and is an excellent alternative to vodka.
- G'Vine is unique because it is made from grape neutral spirit.
- The wine obtained from the Ugni blanc grapes growing in the Cognac region of France is distilled four times to produce a neutral grape spirit, which is much more suave and heady than the grain spirit commonly used to make gin.
- This spirit is the frame on which the botanicals and the vine flower will express all their powerful flavours."
- G'Vine is small batch distilled from neutral grape spirit with fresh whole-fruit botanicals softened by the infusion of vine flower. Coming from all over the world, nine rare and fresh whole-fruit botanicals chosen for their purity and aromatic and healing properties - ginger roots, liquorice, green cardamom, cassia bark, coriander, juniper berries, cubeb berries, nutmeg and lime - are infused by family during 2 to 5 days and distilled in the grape neutral spirit in small liqueur-maker stills to get the best quintessence.
- Infusions of vine flower and fresh botanicals are then blended together and copper-pot distilled a last time to get an ultimate and perfect smoothness and personality.
Posted on 26/10/16 at 13.58
Excellent cocktail used for the Last Word and a White Negroni with Lillet Blanc and black Avèze ^^