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G’vine Floraison

From Maison Villevert

Crafted in France, G’Vine is the original French gin crafted from grapes. Smooth and floral, G’Vine invites to discover a new gin perspective with a refreshing G’Vine & Tonic.

This is the luxury French gin made from grapes which has a round, soft, vibrantly floral flavour. Once a year, for a few days only, the vine flower blossoms to life: this period is called Floraison in French, and this gin, G’Vine Floraison captures the essence of this ephemeral, exhilarating fragrance, and the warmth of the summer arrival as a key botanical.

The delicate, aromatic vine flower together with the smooth grape spirit combined to the traditional juniper berry and 8 other botanicals make it a well-balanced, full bodied and soft gin, which is deliciously refreshing and appreciated by gin lovers and non gin-drinkers alike.™ flavour guidance

Elegant and Floral

A smooth, elegant grape spirit is complemented by grape flowers and a hint of lime. The defining French G&T

Ideal mixer: Elderflower Tonic Water

Recommended garnish: White Grapes

Ideal serve: Gin & Tonic

Grape Flower

Information provided by brand owner. Framework provided by The Gin Guild.

Nose:The delicate aromas of cardamom and ginger are followed by smooth, subtle verdant flavors with flowers and spice.
Finish:A fresh zesty taste of juniper, cardamom and ginger.
Serve:The perfect fit for a Gin & Tonic, the drink du jour: simply fill a large wine glass with ice and pour in 40ml of G’Vine Gin. Top with premium tonic water and garnish with three white grapes.

Botanicals used in G’vine Floraison

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