If G'Vine was...
...a building, it would be Beaubourg - Pompidou Center in Paris, for its controversial architecture, its originality and vision of freedom still actual. ...a fashion designer, it would be Coco Chanel, for using men's wear codes and materials to create women’s clothing as early as 1916. ...a chef, it would be the molecular cuisine precursor, for combining ancestral regional traditions and innovative modern cuisine techniques.
Redefining the frontiers of the gin segment, G'Vine erases the preconceived ideas and changes the perception of this centuries-old spirit. Marrying the ancestral grape distillation know-how and infusions practices with the groundbreaking introduction of the rare vine flower.
G'Vine shakes up codes and conventions while
respecting the tradition and local heritage. G'Vine gin opens up new territories and initiates a new gin-eration.