Discover our selection of Spirits
The word "spirits" comes from the Latin "spiritus", meaning "soul" or simply "spirit". In fact, back in the Middle Ages, people thought that the distillation of wine meant you were able to separate the actual soul of an alcoholic beverage from the rest of its components. This liquid quintessence was seen as holy and was thought to have many properties, which is why they named it "aqua vitae" (or "water of life").
Nowadays, spirits have become a huge family, containing more than 50 different appellations, from the French Armagnac to the Scottish Whisky. And let's not forget the Cognac (also made in France), the Mexican Tequila, the Japanese Sake, or the Rum (born in Barbados). An incredible choice of bottles that Pleasure Wine has decided to put under the spotlight here, in its catalogue of prestigious spirits.Read more