|Reviews to date: 1||Average score: 3.00|
I bought because it had a little tag saying Best Vodka - Food & Wine Mag. Got home and tasted it and promptly Googled. The award was from 2002. The label gives no reference to the Viognier grapes that are used with the wheat to make the vodka. (after Googling it looks like they have new labels now, not sure if this part is updated). What is results in, at least to my taste buds, was a vodka that has some undertones of sweetness. Which is fine if that's the kind of drink you're making. But when you're mixing up a dirty martini with blue cheese olives, sweet isn't what you want. It's like I used sweet vermouth instead of dry. Will be fine for tonics, cran, etc, but going back to Belvedere for my martinis.