To accompany our wine portfolio, we have selected high quality spirits from both northern and southern Italy. From the north: one of Italy's premier spirits, Grappa. From the south: Crema di Bergamotto, a tasty and unique liqueur made from Bergamot fruit.

Grappa di Barolo
Producer: Veglio Michelino e Figlio

Production Region: Piedmont

Alcohol: 42% by volume

Veglio Michelino e Figlio's Grappa di Barolo is made by distilling the pomace (grape and grape seed oil) of grapes grown in the area of the Barolo wine. The grappa is then poured into barrels where it remains for two years. It is then transferred to oak barrels or oak tonneaus to complete the aging process. Grappa di Barolo has aromas and flavors derived from oak where it matured.

Serving Suggestions:
1. Iced in a shot glass for a crisp taste.
2. As a digestivo: Immediately following espresso, pour 150ml of grappa into espresso cup, swish, and enjoy.

Crema di Bergamotto  -  Cream of Bergamot

Producer: La Cascina 1899

Production Region: Calabria

Alcohol: 22% by volume

Bergamot is a type of citrus fruit grown in southern Italy. Cream of Bergamot is a product obtained from the infusion of bergamot in alcohol. La Cascina's Crema di Bergamotto is a creamy, white liqueur with an aroma of citrus fruit. Sweet upon first taste, the creamy liqueur leaves with a bitter aftertaste, which is typical of Bergamot fruit.

Serving Suggestions:

1. Serve alone.
2. Garnish sweets, fruits, and ice cream
3. Use to prepare cocktails

Tip:  Serve very cold (storing in freezer is best)