Grey Goose

Grey Goose is a luxury brand of vodka. It is distilled in Cognac, France from French wheat, then imported by the Sidney Frank Importing Company in New Rochelle, New York to gain the "Distilled and Bottled in France" label. In 1997, it quickly gained a reputation for quality and has won several prestigious awards in distilled spirit competitions. In 2004, Sidney Frank sold the manufacturing rights to Bacardi for $2 billion. The first french vodka, Greygoose has now some competitors as the french vodka Nuage, Idol, and Ciroc. Considered as premium brands, these vodka are sold at high prices, mostly in Northern