New! Sibling French 75 Dry Gin


Probably our most luxurious gin, our French 75 Dry Gin is made using champagne-blend grape skins from our local Dryhill Vineyard, along with whole slices of fresh lemon; it is bright and fresh, with a subtle hint of the classic cocktail (you can check out the recipe for this post WW1 creation on our cocktails page). Personally, we don’t think you can get much better than a combination of gin, champagne and lemon!

There are vibrant touches of lemon and a classic undertone of juniper on the nose, whilst the flavour is full bodied, with a whole bunch of citrus and floral tones all elevated by a richness that comes from the grapes and a subtle sweetness from the touch of vanilla.

The finish is long, elegant and wonderfully light, with sweeter citrus notes that are brilliantly moreish – we hope you love this one as much as we do!

Serve this gin with regular tonic, plenty of ice, a twist of lemon peel and a sprig of rosemary. This extra herby element brings even more complexity to the drink and was also a classic way of serving the original cocktail.


38% ABV


After the success of our Negroni Inspired Gin, we were looking for the next cocktail to use as inspiration, when one of our longest term customers, Dryhill Vineyard, approached us to let us know that they were about to harvest their first grapes. We absolutely had to find a way to use the skins once they had been pressed.

One of our favourite cocktails is the French 75, a mixture of gin, lemon and champagne, so this seemed the perfect opportunity to work on something new – and we are so glad we did!