GW:s Bubbel is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes which is commonly used to make the best sparkling wines in the world. It has an aroma of citrus and mature apples and hint of butter fried brioche that comes from the yeast fermentation. The wine is perfect to enjoy by itself or with nutty charcuteries and salty cheese.
GW:s Box has a ruby red color. Aroma of fresh red fruits well integrated with mineral and spicy notes. This elegant red wine shows a great balance, with smooth and ripe tannins, having a great and persistent finish.
GW:s Rosé is made from the grapes Syrah and Grenache which gives it a freshness and a balanced sweetness. It has a silverpink color and notes of fresh raspberries and grapefruit, as well as a hint of white flowers.
GW:s White is made from the grapes: Fernão Pires, Arinto and Trincadeira das Pratas which has been harvested from grape vines close to the river Tejo. It has a light yellow colour and notes of orange blossom and tropical fruit. It has a lingering, well-balanced finish.
In 2018 GW:s Red was launched with the famous TV personality and best-selling author Leif GW Persson. It has seen tremendous success and is one of the best selling wines on the Swedish market. It is a Portuguese wine from the wine region Tejo. GW:s Red is made from the grapes: Aragonez, Castelão and Cabernet Sauvignon. It is a light bodied red wine but full of flavour that goes together well with a wide range of different dishes.
A success story
Together with Sweden´s most famous criminology professor, Leif GW Persson we have created a series of wines. The wine series include red and white wine from the region Tejo in Portugal. As well as Rosé from the Pays d`Oc region in southern France. GW:s Red was the start to one of the most successful wine brands in Sweden.
A wine to celebrate summer
In 2019 GW:s Rosé was launched in perfect timing for the Swedish summer. Like its predecessors it has seen great success in the Swedish market and has subsequently established GWs wines as one of the most successful wine brands in Sweden.