Belvedere is distilled four times and blended with water from the distillery’s own well.
Belvedere is a luxury vodka from Poland. Belvedere is distilled solely from a single type of grain, the Dańkowskie Złote rye.
Originally distilled in the Warsaw's suburb of Żyrardów, it is now license-made in several other distilleries. The makers claim their methods and practices of manufacturing the vodka trace back over 600 years. Belvedere is exported worldwide.
Belvedere is marketed as being distilled longer than most other vodkas. The lengthy distillation of the drink is said to make it much smoother.
Belvedere, named after the presidential palace of Poland, comes from a century old distillery in the small town of Żyrardow, just West of Warsaw. Belvedere is made in small batches.
Dankowskie Gold Rye is the single grain ingredient. Belvedere is distilled four times and blended with water from the distillery’s own wells.
Belvedere Cytrus and Belvedere Pomarancza use the maceration process of French flavour expert Elie-Arnaud Denoix. Citrus peels from fruits are steeped in Belvedere spirit. These infusions are then distilled and blended to create macerated vodka with fruit aromas and flavours.
First introduced in the US in 1996, Belvedere is marketed in the luxury vodka segment, currently the fastest growing category in distilled spirits. Belvedere is available in all major non-Muslim countries.
Belvedere is distilled four times, as opposed to three.
Polmos Zyrardów's distillery has its own water source. The distillery also uses a water purification system that relies on reverse osmosis. The water is transported from the wells through to the purification system in an entirely closed system. The water purification process involves eleven steps and eight stages of quality control.
Blending And Filtering
Once the grain has been through its distillation process and Polmos Zyrardów’s artesian well water has been purified, the two raw materials are brought together gradually to allow the water and the spirit to integrate. During this process, called 'blending' the Master Distiller will monitor and once the blend has reached 40% alcohol by volume (ABV) he will allow the new spirit to rest. After a few days, the Master Distiller will send the vodka to be filtered.
Belvedere is filtered twice, once through a cellulose filter that will remove microscopic particles and then through an activated carbon filter.
Polmos Zyrardów once earned the honour of a Quality Control Certificate from the Polish Government
All corks are sourced from Portugal and are soaked in Belvedere to make sure they do not influence colour, taste or smell of finished product.
As the iconic bottles are filled they are individually hand finished and inspected. The final step is the hand application of the blue strip stamp. Each bottle is then hand checked for any imperfections prior to packaging and shipped worldwide.