The makers of Fifty Pounds Gin have brought to life a gin recipe created and so-named as to mock the “50 Pound” levy that the crown sought to distill on the thousands of home distillers in England during the gin craze during the 18th century.
Fifty Pounds gin is distilled in small quantities, and in single batches. The name comes from the time of George II and the 1736 Gin Act, when a 50 pound tax was levied on those wishing to produce and sell gin.
This is an En Primeur Wine, which is currently lying at the Chateau/Domaine and is not available for immediate delivery.
Price is exclusive of VAT, Duty and Delivery. Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.
Wines can only be purchased by the unmixed case and are usually delivered two years after the vintage. Storage charges may apply.