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Price: $69.99

Price: $69.99


This classic vermouth type is based on Piedmontese white wines, including some Moscato, and infused with more than thirty different botanicals, many of them grown in the Occitan Alps near the winery. The flavor of this vermouth is complex and vivid, with an excellent balance of sweetness and bitterness. Some vermouths taste strongly of a single botanical, but the interplay of components here is distinctive and delicious. All of the herbal infusions are done individually and in-house. Add it to your favorite cocktail, but not before you try it on the rock...
Price: $19.99

Lighter in style than the other Italian rosso vermouths we carry, the Bordiga Rosso di Torino is based on Piedmontese white wines, including some Moscato, and infused with more than thirty different botanicals, many of them grown in the Occitan Alps near the winery. A tinge of cola sweetness on the finish accents the pureness of the bitterness and spice.
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Bordiga Occitan Italian Gin (1L)
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Gin was first made by Bordiga in 1889, and this gin is made from the original recipe. Only four main botanical flavors are used, some from the Occitan Alps, hence the name. The four are angelica, juniper, cardamom, and a secret ingredient (with traces of orange and lemon peel). Occitan Gin has traditionally been made exclusively from juniper that grows wild (not cultivated) in the Maritime Alps, near Cuneo, which are some of the highest mountains in Europe. This combination of altitude and maritime influence enriches the essential oils of the juniper ber...
Price: $32.99

Importer's notes: "Aperitivo is a style of bitter liqueur that is relatively low in alcohol (16% by volume), moderately bitter, and moderately sweet. Bordiga’s artisanal version is made entirely in their distillery, with no purchased infusions; the best-known commercial example of the Aperitivo style is Aperol. The predominant flavors of Bordiga’s Aperitivo are aromatic herbs, citrus (mostly bitter orange peel) and rhubarb (Chinese rhubarb root). It is used in a number of classic Italian aperitifs, such as the Spritz (three parts Prosecco, two parts Aper...
Price: $27.99

This classic vermouth type is based on Piedmontese white wines, including some Moscato, and infused with more than thirty different botanicals, many of them grown in the Occitan Alps near the winery. The flavor of this vermouth is complex and vivid, with an excellent balance of sweetness and bitterness. Some vermouths taste strongly of a single botanical, but the interplay of components here is distinctive and delicious. All of the herbal infusions are done individually and in-house. Add it to your favorite cocktail, but not before you try it on the rock...
Price: $27.99


The Bordiga extra dry takes all the herbal complexity and concentration of the classic bianco and simply removes the sweetness. Based on Piedmontese white wines, including some Moscato, and infused with more than thirty different botanicals, many of them grown in the Occitan Alps near the winery, the macerations are done individually and in-house.
Price: $17.99

A fabulous inexpensive vermouth option from Torino. A little lighter and less sweet than many vermouths, this is perfect for those looking to add flavor without a ton of sugar to their cocktails.
Price: $11.99

Price: $11.99

93 points Vinous: "Cappellano’s Barolo Chinato, which is more on the savory side of things, is a personal favorite. (AG)" (07/2015) K&L Notes: The originator of this fabulous bitter aperitif wine, Cappellano is truly top dog when it comes to Chinato. This is absolutely the most overtly appealing and drinkable Chinato I have ever tasted. The family's secret recipe was developed over 100 years ago by Giuseppe Cappellano, the pharmacist son of this storied estate's founder, Filippo. While he died of tropical fever in Tunisia, his recipe lives on. This is...
Price: $69.99

The founder of the acclaimed Vietti Winery, Elena Penna Currado Vietti has created this London Dry imbued with the soul of the Langhe. Using hand picked local botanicals, she's created a unique expression of the diverse terroirs of nouthern Italy. This tiny production gin was distilled on two antique woodfired pot stills and this batch consists of just 2634 bottles. The botanicals are gently infused in the pot stills and the gin is lightly filtered using natural paper, which results in the product retaining a slight yellow hue from the botanicals and the...
Price: $36.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Berry-hued and bright, this is a champ for cocktail mixing and pleasing to sip straight. Red fruit leads the nose and palate, suggesting juicy raspberry and ripe cherry, enlivened by a hint of rosewater and finishing slightly drying and mildly bitter. Think of this as a refreshing alternative to sweet vermouth. *Best Buy* (KN)" (04/2019) K&L Notes: From the people who brought you Cocchi Americano and Cocchi Vermouth di Torino, comes the brand new rose colored, quinine-flavored, aperitif wine you've been anxiously waiting for...
Price: $19.99

Pronounced key-not-o. To begin with, this specialized wine product will not appeal to every wine drinker out there. But for those of us with esoteric palates, and for those who appreciate the natural flavoring agent that gives tonic water its distinctive bite (quinine), a glass of Cocchi's Barolo Chinato is not a vinous experience you're likely to soon forget! In addition to quinine bark, there's rhubarb, gentian, and a final addition of somewhat secret spices including cardamom seed. This is a pleasantly bitter tipple that ranks up there with Fernet Bra...
Price: $65.99

This is the original Americano, a low-alcohol, wine-based aperitif from the Asti region of Piedmont intended to be consumed before eating to enliven the palate while whetting the appetite. It has been produced in Asti since 1891 and is still made according to the original recipe, which is essentially white wine aromatized with many herbs and spices. All the ingredients are natural, with no artificial additives or coloring of any kind. It is produced in limited quantities and matured for a year before being released for sale. Traditionally, it is served c...
Price: $18.99

The Italian answer to the perennial alpine favorite, Spitz uses sustainably harvested Gentian root sourced locally in Lombardy. This bitter aperitif has long been used to open the appetite and to keep the Alpine shepards warm in the harsh high altitude winters. Drier than many of the french versions, the unique bitter character of the protected Gentian Lutea gives a tangy citrus tone to coupled with an almost numbing bitterness. Perfect for mixing or sipping on ice. A great alternative to the popular french versions in the category: Suze, Salers, Aveze, ...
Price: $27.99

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