Grey Goose Vodka Gift Tin
Grey Goose Vodka is a crystal clear spirit with a nose of elegant florals accompanied by a subtle citrus. Starting off soft, the palate is embraced by a gentle sweetness that turns to a smooth round flavor of almonds little by little. It finishes off with a fresh, bright, long lasting finish and is delicious as an aperitif or used in a cocktail. Grey Goose Vodka Gift Tin is the 2020 U.S. Open Themed!
Well known cognac maître de chai (cellar master) Francois Thibault decided he was going to use his phenomenal spirit-making skills to craft vodka, people in the region of France were incredulous. “As a maître de chai, I developed a deep knowledge and appreciation for the craftsmanship involved in creating the finest quality spirits,” Francois Thibault. Grey goose is distilled only one time using a continuous-column process that makes sure the quality of the wheat does not decline. From the field to the bottle, Thibault watches over every single step during the crafting of this world renowned vodka. They only use the finest ingredients available to them and special processes to secure natural characteristic in the final product.
Grey Goose Vodka
Grown by only three local farmers, soft winter wheat is the main ingredient of Grey Goose. It’s harvested from the Picardy Region of France. The highest grades of wheat, also known as Ble Panifiable Superieur, are the same used in French pastries and breads. Once the wheat is collected it is sent to a special mill in distillery where it is turned into the high-proof spirit. They blend the wheat with spring water from a proprietary well in France’s Cognac Region known as Gensec-La-Pallue. The water is naturally filtered through limestone. This is also the final crafting location. Each batch of vodka goes through a minimum of 550 daily quality control checks to ensure the spirit is up to Thibault’s standards. He personally tastes each batch. Once approved, the vodka is bottled and the signature cork, which is also its seal of quality, is placed on top. Soon after, the world’s finest vodka is resting on your bar.