Cognac, France

Nouaison Gin

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ntensely aromatic yet smooth and round, crafted from distilled grapes, Nouaison gin aims to shake up the industry with its innovative expression of the grape elegance combined with a complex and spicy profile.

"Nouaison: the name means “setting” and is the beautiful metamorphosis stage from aromatic flower to luscious berry. Complex, intense and spicy, G’Vine Nouaison is for gin connoisseurs."

With its bold 45.0% ABV and rich mouth feel, it’s the definitive base for countless classic cocktails, such as the super popular Negroni. Of course, it also provides wonderful inspiration for many new creations

Nouaison Gin
Nouaison Gin
Nouaison Gin
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