And the taste of this new drop? "Using the rosé wine as the base gives Wölffer a clear advantage over grain-based gins. The aroma is much more playful and fruit-driven," the company's famous rosé, winemaker Roman Roth explained in a press release.
The main flavour of the gin comes juniper berries that are handpicked at the estate between April and July each year with notes of anise, fennel, coriander, cumin, cardamom, plus a bit of fresh mint from their garden.
After distilling the gin in a copper pot still, Roth adds a tiny amount of red grape skin extract to get the signature light pink colour.
We'll cheers to that!