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Grey Goose (Vodka)

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  • Grey Goose Vodka

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    • 4 /5
    40% ABV
    In the fine epicurean tradition of France comes a vodka of uncommon brilliance. GREY GOOSE® Vodka is distilled from French wheat and is made with spring water from Gensac that is filtered through champagne limestone. The expertise of the Maître de Chai ensures an unparalleled smoothness...
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  • Grey Goose Vodka

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    • 4 /5
    Alcohol content - For Customs Capacity 40 - For Customs 70 Type of alcohol - For Customs Other Spirits Brand Product Type NO Capacity Vodka 70cl. Originally from France Preparation Gray Goose Vodka is the first in the world to a cellar master François Thibault. Trained in the rigorous development...
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  • Grey Goose Vodka

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    • 4 /5
    Grey Goose Vodka Original is a vodka from adamantine color and aroma is round, balanced and never biting. From the experience of the master distillers of the Cognac region, combined with modern production methods, Gray Goose comes to life: the vodka that embodies the elegance and sophistication...
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  • Grey Goose Vodka

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    • 4 /5
    Gray Goose Vodka is made with the best French wheat produced in the popular region of "La Beauce" and the purest water from artesian well. Filtering with champagne limestone and carefully distilled according to traditional canons of the French region of Cognac. Distillation is based on a patented...
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  • Grey Goose Original Vodka

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    • 4 /5
    Grey Goose, the Original Vodka, where every part of the production process, from the grain used to the use of the six-column vertical amphibian, aims to get a product that is distinguished by cleansing but not lacking in personality. It can be pure but impressed for the ability to elevate any...
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  • Grey Goose

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    • 4 /5
    ALCOHOL: Alcohol 40 °
    The Gray Goose vodka has been developed as a luxury product from American billionaire Sidney Frank, who wanted to capitalize on France's prestige. Elaborated for H. Mounier in Cognac, a city traditionally associated with brandy of great luxury, exclusively uses winter wheat...
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