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TAG: G'Vine Nouaison
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Recipes
G'Vine Nouaison | 1724 | Lime, Raspberry

1. Add mineral water ice and freeze the glass. Drain the water that has accumulated in the cup
2. Aromatize with lime zest and 2 raspberries
3. Add 5cl of G'Vine Nouaison
4. Add 20cl 1724

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G'Vine Florasion | France

Origin France
Alcoholic Volume 40º
Type New Western (or Distilled Gin)
Known Botanicals Ugni Blanc vine leaf grape, liquorice, cardamom, cassia, coriander seed, ginger, lime peel, nutmeg, Cubeba pepper and juniper.

Brief Description
Like its Nouaison brother, the G'Vine Floraison uses the Ugni Blanc grape as its alcohol base. This grape is especially adapted to the distillation process because of its high acidity - this is the immediate difference between G'Vine and the remaining Gins that use a cereal alcohol base. 
G'Vine Floraison is an extremely soft Gin with a very rich bouquet of aromas dominated by the perfume and fresh flowers. In one hand, the neutral alcohol used in the base gives it an immediate and differentiator velvety feel. On the other, the vine flower used in the distillation gives it a fresher floral note. The end is dry and the notes of juniper are notorious as well as the slightly spicy taste of ginger.
The Floraison green version is fresher and lighter than its counterpart and seeks to capture the ephemeral and vibrant fragrance of the Ugni Blanc flower time of birth. On the other hand, the Nouaison captures the time between flower to grape, hence its strong and deep character.

Others Versions G'Vine Nouaison

Recipes
G'Vine Nouaison | 1724 | Ginger, Juniper

1. Add mineral water ice and freeze the glass. Drain the water that has accumulated in the cup
2. Aromatize with a ginger slice and 3 Juniper berries
3. Add 5cl of G'Vine Nouaison
4. Add 20cl 1724