Belvedere Bartezek Vodka 700ml

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Description

 
The Single Estate Rye Series celebrates Belvedere’s craftsmanship and expertise in vodka distilling. Crafted with rare Diamond Dankowskie Rye from a single estate located on the shores of Lake Bartężek in Poland’s Masurian Lake District, this exceptionally fresh, smooth and delicate vodka reflects the unique terroir of its estate. Snowy, cold winters stress the rye and develop the vodka’s delicate, refined character, more reminiscent of the region’s calm lakes than its harsh climate.
 
  • Finalist, 2020 Ultimate Spirits Challenge (97 Points) - Top 100 Spirits

Tasting Note: Bright, fragrant nose with freshly cut rye grain, grass and a hint of almond. Medium-bodied and delicate with notes of spearmint, fresh hay and a hint of biscuit. Clean and crisp finish with persistent notes of menthol, fresh grass and rye bread.

Additional Details

SKU:
13753-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Poland
Alcohol %:
40
Style:
Grain Vodka
Varietal:
Vodka

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