Aux Particules Vines is a whisky with a singular alchemy, a perfect harmony between malt and grape that brings together the French wine and cereal traditions.
Its fourth edition, which was matured on the left bank of Bordeaux in the ex-cask of a great wine, gives it immense finesse and exhales fruity and floral notes. This freshness of red fruits and flowers is enhanced by aromas of fresh and dried fruits as well as by fine spices in the finish. A powerful mouthfeel that goes well with a fresh fruit tart or a white chocolate and pistachio dessert. In the continuation of the collection, this fourth edition is a tribute to the work of the vine.
The series, one might be tempted to write “unlimited” Aux Particules Vines, is based on the desire to refine whiskies under the major influence of great French wines, understanding that they are aged in casks that have been used to mature and store fine wine signatures. There, in this invisible space of culture, in the silence of the cellars, the magic of the transmission and the wood operate during the last months of the maturation of the whisky. In principle, there are infinite combinations in this exercise. This is the idea behind this collection of fine particles, so fine to the taste. It is governed by the passion for the marriage of aromas that drives Benjamin Kuentz, supported in his research by inspiring winemakers in their approach to terroir.