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G'Vine Floraison Gin

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’Vine Floraison is unconventional by its very nature as a gin made of grapes instead of more common lower quality grains. Fresh and floral embodying springtime - best enjoyed as a Gin & Tonic garnished with fresh white grapes.

"Having become the reference for French gins and the leading grape-based gin barely ten years after its launch in 2006, and having won numerous prizes at international competitions, G’Vine is one of the pioneers of the 21st century boom in premium gins."

The experience of indulging in G’Vine is emblematic of the French art de vivre, no matter where in the world you are. Each sip adds to the nuances of flavour and brings you closer to a deep heritage of refined techniques and local products developed over centuries.

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