Live large, drink VGS.
For years and years rumors have run rampant regarding the true meaning of VGS. Please, let us clarify any misconceptions you might have!
Winepedia defines VGS as: "A wine so pure and true, its virtues exude layers of pleasure to all who drink it". While we at VGS agree with the fictional winepedia about the "pleasure" part, they are still a bit off the mark!
The Wine Observer defines VGS as: "The highest level of wines you will encounter on this or any other planet, truly out of this world…VGS = Virtual Grape Superiority!"
Although we are humbled and honored to be included in the company of Chateau Saturn and Clos Venus, we feel our wines are best enjoyed on "terra firma"!
The Wine Campaigner defines VGS as: "I have tasted all the wines of the world and VGS wines are at the pinnacle of their industry. Quite honestly, in my most un-humble (and subsequently Latin opinion) VGS can only mean one thing, Vitis Grandus Selectus!"
Where do we begin with all this? Let's just say VGS means so much more, and at the same time, so much less.
VGS is an attitude: quality and elegance without pretention.
VGS is a pleasure: to enjoy and to share.
VGS: shhhhh! Don't listen to rumors. Good things speak for themselves.