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Arancia (11% Alcohol), Italian for orange, is the classic Italian aperitivo, the Orange Spritz. The unique taste of predominately bittersweet oranges with soft notes of grapefruit and rhubarb creates a well-balanced taste of oranges smoothness. AWARDS: 92 Points, Great Value – Ultimate Beverage Challenge-New York 2018 Double Gold, Best Liqueur – Las Vegas Global Spirits Awards 2018 Gold – New York International Spirits Competition 2018 Gold – Los Angeles International Spirits Competition 2018
Bellini Peach (18% Alcohol) is the alternative to the Orange Spritz. The refreshing taste of peach and apricot reveals subtle hints of cherries, lychee, mango, and plums. The finish is a hint of sweetness and savory packed with stone fruit effervescence. AWARDS: 96 Points, Double Gold Medal, Aperitivo of the Year – New York International Spirits Competition. Gold – San Diego Spirits Festival 2020 Gold – Las Vegas Global Spirits Awards 2020
Capasso (22% Alcohol) is a bittersweet herbal aperitivo, variations enjoyed since the 1860s in Milan. The herbaceous quinine bitterness is balanced with a syrupy sweetness flavored with blood orange and ruby red grapefruit peel zests, quinine, clove, cherry, lemon, and herbal woodiness ending with a peppery spirit tingle. The finish is a smooth long lingering quinine, zesty orange with orange pith bitterness, fading with quinine, orange zest and clove. AWARDS: 96 Points, Chairman’s Trophy, Great Value, Top 100 – Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2020 Gold – Las Vegas Global Spirits Awards – 2018 Gold – Los Angeles International Sprits Competition 2018 Gold – San Francisco Spirits Competition 2018
Biceirn White (15% Alcohol) is just like dessert in a glass. Aromas of white chocolate truffle, bitter almond liqueur, and pralines in cream fill the nose. Creamy and rich on the palate, white chocolate and malted milk balls come to mind before a long, sweet finish. Awards: 90 Points – Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2021, Gold – New York International Spirits Challenge 2016, Gold – Las Vegas Global Spirits Awards 2018
The idea of mixing hazelnut pieces to “standard” chocolates was born during Napoleonic Wars when importing cocoa from South America became difficult due to the English blockade. With “raw” cocoa’s high prices, local producers started incorporating bits of roasted hazelnuts (which were locally grown and readily available in Piedmont) to make the final product more affordable. Thus was created the Biceirn di Giandijotto. Biceirn chocolate liqueurs are gluten free, dairy free, and contain soy milk Biceirn di Giandijotto (15% Alcohol) has a nose of rich intoxicating chocolate and hazelnut that reveals a thick chocolate texture with subtle hazelnut with a long and savory finish. Awards: 92 Points – Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2021, Double Gold – Food & Beverage Magazine PR%F Awards Las Vegas 2019
Amaretto di Torino (25% Alcohol) is an authentic Amaretto from real almonds with luxurious note of almond cake, biscotti, red cherries with hints of pistachios and cream. Texture with cascading layers of almond, and apple crumb cake. Awards: 94 Points, Great Value, Top 100 – Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2020, Double Gold – Food & Beverage Magazine PR%F Awards Las Vegas 2019, Gold – Las Vegas Global Spirits Awards 2018
Limoncello di Torino (30% Alcohol) uniquely clear bright yellow color from Amalfi lemons, complete smoothness with NO burn. Palate has citrusy aromas with flavors of citron lemon drop candles, lime peel, with silky vibrant sweet medium body that coats the mouth. A long finish with notes of lemon meringue pie. Full citrus flavor in each sip. AWARDS: Silver – New York International Spirits Competition 2011 Silver – Los Angeles International Spirits Competition 2018 Silver – Las Vegas Global Spirits Awards 2018
Sambuca di Torino (40% Alcohol) is an authentic clear Italian sambuca which must be clear and at least 38% alcohol. A sweet nose of black licorice, bold yet pleasing sweet star anise essential oils, with hints of powdery florals, spices, herbs create a soft, sweet medium body and a smooth, very long hints of sassafras and lilac finish. NO burn. AWARDS: 94 Points -Ultimate Spirits Challenge 2020 92 Points, Gold, Best of Class – Los Angeles International Spirits Competition 2018 Gold – New York International Spirits Competition 2016
Pinot Grigio Delle Venezie DOC Color: Clear with a very pale, light-yellow color which indicates the wine is fresh, vibrant, and ready to drink. Aroma: Lemon-line, pear, and stone fruit of peach and apricot with scents of almond and honeysuckle. Flavors of melon with a subtle tropical and citrus fruit. Tasting Notes: Initial delicate notes of citrus and white flowers lead to aromas of ripe melon, tropical fruit, and stony minerality. The palate offers fruity effervescence and a slight hint of sweetness.
Color: A strikingly luminous purple-red color, and upon inspection, shimmering ruby highlights. Aroma: Smooth ripe scents of dried plum and blackberry preserves are easily noted on the wine, along with a more pungent roasted espresso bean and baker’s chocolate scents, as well as notes of green pepper. Tasting Notes: Full of complex flavors: blackberry, plum, espresso, licorice, baker’s chocolate and vanilla. The taste is rich and smooth, the tannins firm yet supple, and the brisk finish make it a fine food companion.