One of the first amaro recipes created by Guiseppe Cappelletti at the beginning of the 20th century using an aged wine base. Notes of the old alpine style here include blueberries, strawberry confit, pine sap and mountain herbs.
Tasting note: Cloudy sienna brown. Integrated aromas hint at ripe juniper, pine needle, berry tart and delicate herbaceousness. Medium bodied with a refreshing piney, minty edge over sweeter notes of dried berries and crushed grapes. Mildly bitter with herbal freshness to finish. Resembles high quality vermouth. Very satisfying. 17% Alc./Vol. 750
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