Grey Goose Bottling Note
But what makes Grey Goose so special? Firstly, the wheat used to make the vodka is grown in the Picardy region of France. This area is known for its limestone soil, which gives the wheat a unique flavor. Secondly, the water used to dilute the vodka comes from Gensac Spring, which is located in the Cognac region. The spring water is naturally filtered through limestone, giving it a clean taste.
Grey Goose is one of the original super-premium vodkas, and without doubt one of the creamiest vodkas we've ever tasted. A beautiful French vodka, Grey Goose Vodka is sublimely creamy and it's wonderful when served straight from the freezer.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Clean, grainy nose with hints of almond and black pepper.
Palate: Very peppery, perfumed palate with hints of star anise and rye.
Finish: Spicy, warming, creamy finish.