Three Hour Grey Goose Open Bar at QUO (Jan. 26)
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Grey Goose was tailor-made for the American market in 1997 as the brainchild of Sidney Frank, a self-made billionaire. His concept was to create a super-premium vodka for Americans. He took the idea from the notion of French manufacturing having an inherent link with high perceived quality, quickly dispatching a team to Europe. As a result, Grey Goose was created.
Grey Goose uses French winter wheat from an area south of Paris, distilled in a column still, and alpine spring water that has been filtered through the limestone plateau of the Massif Central. The distillation takes place in the commune of Cognac in France and currently filters through a system that distills at almost 100 times before becoming a marketable product.
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