Sorgin (the Basque word for witch) is the first liquor sold by well-known winemakers Sabine Jaren and François Lurton. They are known for producing wine and owning vineyards in several countries, including the family property Château Bonnet in Entre-Deux-Mers in Bordeaux, France. Sorgin is intended as a natural link between wine and spirits as it is fermented and distilled on the Sauvignon Blanc grape. Not only is it a grape distillate, but this edition has also matured for 6 months in used Sauvignon Blanc wine barrels.
Try a cask aged gin that has matured for 6 months in used Sauvignon Blanc wine barrels - a vinous and fresh gin for every festive occasion.