Grey Goose, the pre­mium French vodka for spe­cial oc­ca­sions and re­laxed so­phis­ti­ca­tion, is sport­ing a fresh look for sum­mer

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Stellar - - Living -

To mark its 20th an­niver­sary, Grey Goose has re­leased its lim­ited-edi­tion Riviera bot­tle into the wild. A cel­e­bra­tion of the vodka’s French her­itage, the new bot­tle fea­tures clas­sic marinière stripes and a brush-stroke de­sign rem­i­nis­cent of Im­pres­sion­ist paint­ings. Here, we take a gan­der at what makes Grey Goose so spe­cial and the most re­fresh­ing way to en­joy it this sum­mer.


Named the World’s Best Tast­ing Vodka by the Bev­er­age Test­ing In­sti­tute, every bot­tle of Grey Goose is the re­sult of supreme ded­i­ca­tion to craft. Metic­u­lously sin­gle- col­umn dis­tilled to bring out and main­tain the flavours of its pre­mium in­gre­di­ents, Grey Goose is then blended with the purest spring wa­ter from France’s Cognac re­gion.


Whether you’re leisurely cruis­ing on a yacht, min­gling with col­leagues at a work func­tion or re­lax­ing in the gar­den with fam­ily and friends, you sim­ply won’t find a classier or eas­ier-to-make cock­tail in your over­sized wine glass this sum­mer than Grey Goose Le Grand Fizz. Just add 45ml Grey Goose and 20ml St-ger­main Elder­flower liqueur to a large wine glass filled with ice. Then squeeze two fresh lime wedges, top with chilled soda wa­ter, stir and gar­nish with fresh lime wedges. Now all that’s left is to play some chilled tunes and you’re most def­i­nitely in the Grey Goose Riviera zone.


Christ­mas and New Year’s Eve are al­most upon us and cel­e­bra­tions are reach­ing fever pitch. What bet­ter way to bring in 2018 than with a bot­tle of Grey Goose Riviera? Here’s to a high-fly­ing year and keep­ing the party go­ing in style, all sum­mer long.

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