ISVodka Won 6 Awards In 2009 and 1 Award Already In 2010
ISVodka’s unique formula utilizes only the finest non-genetically modified European wheat combined with the cleanest, purest water from the Vatnajokull glacier basin in Iceland known as ‘The Beautiful Valley.’ VGS ISVodka’s special distillation formula was developed by Master Distiller Peter McKay of the United Kingdom. Using pure Icelandic water, European wheat and a third secret ingredient, Master Distiller Peter McKay created a vodka of ultra-smooth spirit with a tantalizing hint of fire…
2009 SIP Platinum Medal – Consumers choice; ‘Best Vodka’
2009 L.A. International Wine & Spirits Competition- Bronze
2009 American Graphic Design Award – Tribute to ‘ÍS Saga’
2009 World Packaging Design Award – Bronze Medalist
2009 American Package Design Award – ‘ÍS Decanter’
2009 San Francisco World Spirits Competition
2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition – Silver
Though comparable in quality and taste to internationally acclaimed vodkas in the ultra price category ($75+), ISVODKA is a standout among its peers ensuring brand accessibility and enjoyment for all consumers at the price of $34.95.
In 2009 ISVodka won a prestigious award for the design of its bottle: The 2009 American Graphic Design Award.
ISVodka Bottle Decanter Is A Site To Behold
Graceful, tall and elegant, the ISVODKA decanter is as evocative as the spirit inside. Stylized icicles adorn the sides of the bottle, a reminder of the icy origin of its contents. A handsomely finished nickel-plated cap provides a dazzling crown. The medallion molded in the image of a mythical ‘Icelandic Angel’ sitting in the middle of the bottle is the focal point and the ‘living logo’ of the ISVODKA brand.
Use ISVodka Bottles To Create A Look Of Luxury In Your Home
Peter McKay of England developed the 7 times distillation formula using pure, Icelandic water and non-genetically modified European wheat for VGS’s ISVodka. Peter McKay oversees every batch of ISVodka that is made!
Every batch of ISVodka is handmade in a copper pot still from the 1700’s called Jenny.
Author Mark Bowers