"Sweet Gwendoline French Gin is sourced in the South of France, in the medieval town of Brive-la-Gaillarde. The commune added “Gaillarde,” a term for “bravery,” to its name in 1919, and a world war later, it was the first French city to liberate itself. Such a legacy informs the family-owned spirits house that is now entrusted with handcrafting Sweet Gwendoline French Gin in small-scale batches.
TASTING NOTES: Our gin is infused with figue de sollies, a variety of fig grown in the South of France. A sweet entry, it develops with juniper, citrus, pear, and green apple notes. The finish is a lithe and austere blanc de blanc champagne wine made from Chadonnay grapes."