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Grand Cru Gin

(70cl, 46.9%)

Grand Cru Gin

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Grand Cru Gin Bottling Note

Ever wondered what happens if you distil really, really good wine and turned it into a gin? Well, whether you have or haven't ever thought about it, you're thinking about it now, and we have the answer right here: Grand Cru Gin!

This extraordinary expression is made with Grand Cru Burgundy - Grand Cru is the highest level in the vineyard classification of Burgundy, and bottles of the wine can go for hundreds or even thousands of pounds! And it's not just a drop of the stuff, mind. Grand Cru Gin features a blend of 50% distilled Grand Cru Burgundy wine (25% cold distilled and 25% hot distilled, if we're getting specific) and 50% gin! The gin portion features flavours that you would find in Grand Cru Burgundy wines, and has been double botanical'd (yeah that's probably a word) to really help heighten the flavour profile. Its botanicals include fresh raspberry, strawberry, black truffle, rose and violet - choices that complement the wonderfully aromatic nature of the very special wines.

Grand Cru Gin comes in a bottle designed to look like the sort of bottle you'd see Grand Cru Burgundy wines in, complete with a rather sophisticated label, presentation box, and its very own snazzy decanter.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Turkish delight wafts over floral juniper, with homemade strawberry jam and a touch of cocoa, along with dried red berries and lemon blossom. A late appearance from just a touch of deep black truffle.

Palate: Velvety, complex and floral, with a hint of spice and delicate violet, alongside heaps of red fruit, cherry compote and a touch of strawberry laces, with a backbone of woody juniper.

Finish: A silky, lingering, fragrant finish of violet and rose, with a smidge of spearmint.

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