G'Vine Floraison Bottling Note
Produced in the French region of Cognac, G'Vine is a hint as to what this unique gin contains. It's actually infused with Ugni Blanc grape, as well as some more standard botanicals including ginger root, liquorice, cardamom, cassia bark, coriander, cubeb berries, nutmeg, lime and even a bit of juniper.
Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Doesn't immediately smell like a gin... the grape notes are prevalent, but there are balancing notes of citrus and cardamom.
Palate: The grapes run the show here too. It's tasty with pronounced, fresh botanicals, particularly the high, citric and ginger notes. The grapes add a pleasant sweetness. It's almost like a flavoured vodka.
Finish: Very clean, very pleasant. Herbs and grassy notes with a slight mineral taste.
Overall: Almost halfway between a gin and a flavoured vodka, this is a unique spirit. We could (and probably will!) spend hours playing around with cocktail recipes using G'Vine.