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Scarcely known outside southern Italy, but Aglianico is one of Italy’s noble grapes which ranks alongside Barolo in quality and why it is often referred to as the Barolo of the south.
Alydar Sauvignon Blanc Veneto IGT. Production Area: Grave del Friuli and Treviso province. Colour: Pale yellow with bright green reflections. Bouquet: Special scents of wild berries and citrus fruits. Taste: Fresh, well balanced with lively aromatic notes. Service: Always serve well chilled. Food Suggestions: Perfect for an aperitif, summer salads
Categories: Spirits & Liqueurs£23.00
Amber colour,complex aroma,pleasantly balanced between sweet and bitter.Drink it straight,on the rocks or as a dominant modifier for a classic and innovative cocktails.40 selected botanicals,according to a secret recipe.Bologna since 1885.70cl bottle 23 Abv
You will be surprised by the generous concentration of its overwhelming perfumes of ripe fruits,black cherries and raspberries turning into a fullness of taste of great thickness and persistence.Cantine Minini15ABV2016
To make this grappa unique, it is transferred to 220-liter French oak barrels for a period of 12 months. Delicate taste characterized by sweet notes of tropical fruit, such as banana and fig. Scent of tobacco and notes of undergrowth.
Categories: Soft Drinks£2.99
Most of the famous Italian aperitifs and pre-dinner cocktails are relatively bitter in taste (as compared to international standards). Indeed, bitter drinks challenge the liver, moderate hunger over the course of the meal and optimize digestion, resulting in a better management of blood sugar levels and fat storage.