DOM PÉRIGNON VINTAGE 2003 THE HARVEST After a particularly cold, dry and severe winter, the spring frosts of 7 to 11 April left a lasting mark in Champagne. Summer was immediately scorching, the hottest for 53 years. Anything that had miraculously escaped the frost and hail was subjected to intense heat until harvest. The crop was perfectly ripe and healthy, like those of 1947, 1959 and 1976. TASTING NOTES On the nose: The bouquet spirals through sweet, bright floral notes and the lively minerality so typical of Dom Pérignon, then notes of candied fruit, plants, the incredible freshness of … >Read More
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Salute American is pure red, white and blue from start to finish. American-made with corn and wheat grains from the heartland, it’s distilled four times for a smooth, clean taste. Salute American is more than a name. It’s our mission. One we carry out by donating $1 of every bottle sold to American Veterans’ Charities. So raise a glass. And join us in helping the heroes who bravely protected the land where this vodka is made. 100% Neutral Spirits and Distilled from grain.
It all started back in 1780 when John Jameson created his triple distilled, smooth and perfectly balanced Irish Whiskey. Today, we continue his tradition by making sure Jameson is always as perfect as the day John Jameson released his first cask. It isn’t easy, but we want to make sure it’s worth every sip you take.
The casks are hand-selected and set aside for their exceptional quality, character and flavor. The character of Blue Label is truly unique; it is complex, powerful, incredibly smooth and retains the Johnnie Walker signature smokiness. LUXURIOUSLY SMOOTH Johnnie Walker Blue Label sets the standard, with layers and layers of flavor from hand-selected, rare casks from across the distilling regions of Scotland. Its flavors are influenced by the smoke of the west and the rich, sweet whiskies of the east. The Johnnie Walker Master Blender draws from the largest reserves of whisky in the world; a heritage that can be traced … >Read More