What is blue wine?
When drinking Gik Blue, you are drinking something innovative. You’re drinking the power to create your own rules. Thus, we are not trying to impose a way of drinking it. We will not tell you how pair it, where or when to have it. We do not require you to enroll in a tasting course or force you to study the bible oenology. Just enjoy it.
As you possibly know, some traditional wineries really dislike when people call “blue wine” our product, though everyone knows it as “Blue Wine” or “Vino Azul”. That is why instead of calling it blue wine we market it as Alcoholic drink based in wine %99 and must %1 in the EU.
In psychology, the blue colour represents movement, innovation and infinity. It’s also a colour frequently associated with flow and change
The deeper it is blue, the greater its attractiveness over man; called infinite that feat in the desire for spirituality and purity. – V. Kandinski
Do you know the Blue Ocean Strategy? If so, you understand that no other color best represents the ideas in which we believe
We get the blue color through technological processes of wine pigmentation. This technology has been developed by the GIK LIVE R&D TEAM in collaboration with the University of the Basque Country and other Food Tech institutions from the Basque region of Spain and France.
Quality control checks are rigorous and all the component comply with the regulations for food products in the European Union.
Where does the wine come from?
It’s not about grapes, it’s about the people
Our wine comes from different Our wine comes from different Spanish and French vineyards, whose grapes we transform into Gïk. That’s right: we work with grapes from different areas of Europe, whose color and flavor we improve through food tech. We choose these wineries in terms of the people who work them and their innovative nature. That’s why Gik has no denomination of origin, but a guarantee of quality and unique flavor.
Slightly acidic, with a sudden cheerful sweet burst.
Balanced and easy to drink
Gik carries no added sugars.
Why? Firstly because sugar ferments and turns into alcohol inside the bottle. Secondly, because excess of fast carbs leads to overweight, while non-caloric sweeteners are a healthier and more stable choice.