Chase Potato Vodka is made with locally grown potatoes in Herefordshire, England. In fact, founder William Chase uses his own potatoes using his 20 years of planting experience--in some respect, Chase vodka could be regarded as an "estate vodka" on that basis. The potato varieties are a "high starch" variety of Lady Claire and Lady Rosetta. After traditional pot-still distilling, it is blended down with aquifer water located at the orchard on the property. It is then chill-filtered and bottled on-site.
Chase Vodka is designed to be drunk neat out of the freezer though Chase himself admits that drinking at room temperature picks up more subtleties in the vodka.
(From the marketing website)
Named Best Vodka in the 2010 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.