Grey Goose VX Vodka 1 Litre

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Description

 
VX - which stands for vodka exceptionelle - is according to the producers, a “significant step for the vodka and white spirits category”. Launched in 2014 for Travel Retail, this new expression from the highly regarded Vodka producer is created from grapes from the Grande Champagne cru of Cognac and has a hint of 1er Cru cognac added.
 
Extravagantly packaged in a decanter reminiscent of a Cognac bottle, Francois Thibault, the creator of Grey Goose, added: “In creating Grey Goose VX, I wanted to capture the aromatic notes of a precious Cognac, bringing its delicate essence of orchard fruits, plum, apricot and the mild flavours of wild honey to the remarkable character of Grey Goose vodka.”
 
 

Tasting Note: Hints of white fruit blossom, plum, apricot, light citrus and wild honey. The complex essence of cognac, mixed with the unique character of Grey Goose vodka makes for an exceptional and distinctive experience.

Additional Details

SKU:
60009-NGB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
France
Style:
Grain Vodka
Varietal:
Vodka

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