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  • Gin

    Gin is a distillate from grain in which are conducted infusions of juniper berries and other aromatic plants, normally with an alcohol content between 40 and 45 degrees. There are several kinds of gin: the English (subtle aroma and dry), the Dutch (stronger and flavored cereal), Corenwyn (Dutch Gin, produced with equal parts of barley, rye and corn), Playmouth (very aromatic), Old Tom (with a sweetness point), Sloe Gin (produced with sloe berries and a later step in barrels). In our Gin Premium shop, you also will be able to find a wide selection of Gintonic water with which you will be able to elaborate your preferred G&T. All we want is you being able to purchase Vodka in the easiest and safest way.

  • Rum

    The rum is a distillate dating to early sixteenth century. It is a spirited obtained from the fermentation of molasses and the juice of the cane sugars. It must have at least 40 degrees of alcoholic fermentation. We distinguish two types due to its processing form: The agricultural, produced with the juice of fermented sugar cane, and the industrialists, produced with the derived from molasses tasting juice. In VinusVinis you will be able to find your pick among a wide selection of rum. All we want is you being able to buy rum in the easiest and safest way.

  • Whisky / Whiskey

    Our dedicated section of whisky is very important for us. We are constantly expanding our catalog with new products in order to an easy and comfortable way of purchasing whisky. In our website, you can find whisky from several origins: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Bourbon, … Besides, you also can find some “little treasures” selected by its scarcity. In VinusVinis you will be able to find your pick among a wide selection of Whisky. If you don’t find any specific Whisky, let us know and we will find it for you. All we want is you being able to purchase Whisky in the easiest and safest way.

  • Vodka

    Vodka is a spirit made from potatoes or cereals like rye, wheat, corn and malted barley. It’s the traditional drink of Poland and Russia; it is also made for centuries in Finland. Nowadays it’s produced in many countries. There is no classification because Vodka is produced differently depending on their origin, although Vodka from Finland and Eastern Europe usually has the highest quality. The majority is transparent and dry, but it’s possible to find flavored Vodka with different fruits, herbs or flowers. In Vinus Vinis you will be able to find your pick among a wide selection of Vodka. All we want is you being able to buy Vodka in the easiest and safest way.

  • Brandy

    In this section, we have bundled the Jerez Brandy and the rest of Brandy produced in Spain. It is noteworthy that Jerez Brandy is 75% of the Brandy produced in Spain. Jerez Brandy differs from others, because for the aging they use boots that has been previously drunk with odorous, dried sherry, Pedro Ximénez or amontillados and the wine aging is performed in a solera. Its alcohol content is between 36 and 45 degrees. It dates back to the sixteenth century. We distinguish three types: Solera (Minimum 6 months of aging), Solera Reserva (one year of aging) and Solera Gran Reserva (more than three years of aging. In Vinus Vinis you will be able to find your pick among a wide selection of Brandy. All we want is you being able to buy Brandy in the easiest and safest way.

  • Cognac

    The Cognac is a spirit made from the distillation of white wine with three possible grape varieties: Ugni Blanc, Folle Blance and Colombard. The Cognac region is divided in 6 zones, the most famous are Grand Champagne or Grand Fine Champagne and Petit Champagne. We distinguish four kinds of Cognac: VS or Three Stars, VSOP, Napoleón and Millésimes. In VinusVinis you will be able to find your pick among a wide selection of Cognac. All we want is you being able to buy Cognac in the easiest and safest way.

  • Armagnac

    The elaboration zone of Armagnac resides in France, in the heart of Gascony, and extends itself from south west of Bordeaux to the Pyrenees. Its history goes back to 1411 although commercially it had to wait one more century. It is divided in three zones: Bas-Armagnac, the best zone, Ténarèze, in the center, with better body, and Haut-Armagnac, the least appreciated of the three. Taking into consideration the aging, we distinguish five kinds: VS or Three Stars (1 to 3 years of aging), VO or VSOP (at least 5 years of aging), XO, Extra, Napoleon or Vielle Réserve (more than 5 years of aging), Hors D’Age (At least 10 years) and Millésime, with the harvest year and at least 10 years of aging. In VinusVinis you will be able to find your pick among a wide selection of Armagnac. All we want is you being able to purchase Armagnac in the easiest and safest way.

  • Tequila and Mezcal
  • Miniatures