Cherry fruit on cherrywood.
We took Major Gin and left it to stand for 6 months in cherrywood casks.
We chose this type of wood to create harmony and continuity with the Piedmont cherries which are Major Gin’s most distinctive ingredient.
The freshness of the cherries – Major Gin’s most exclusive sensory note – is enhanced in combination with the wood of the tree on which this fruit grows, which slowly and gently releases its fragrances, sensations and beautiful colour, a promise of unique flavour.
Pure Piedmont Barrels
We entrusted the production of our casks to the historic Gamba firm, which has been making barrels in the Monferrato area for 7 generations, and therefore knows all about flavoursome ageing, in pure “old Piedmont” style.
History at a glance
We chose a bottle of the purest clear glass, to make the delicate overtones of amber, provided by the osmosis between Major Gin and the cherry wood, perceptible at a glance.
All this, to transform Major Gin into Major Reserve.