by Antica Distilleria Quaglia
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Alcohol Type: Gin
Alcohol Content: 43%
Unit Quantity: 700 ml
Gin Berto is a gin produced in Piemonte, a region in northern Italy. It is a London Dry Gin, with a classic Juniper profile and similar to Tanqueray in style. The grain spirit is infused with the main botanicals of juniper, wormwood, rosemary and citrus before a double distillation of the spirit in a pot still, which usually takes just under a week to complete this distillation. The artisan producer wished to incorporate the classic juniper aromas of gin with a harmonic and elegant selection of other aromatic mediterranean plants such as rosemary, iris, wormwood, coriander, cassia bark, mint and liquorice root. Al the botanicals are grown in Italy.
Gin Berto by Antica Distilleria Quaglia is both an excellent gin to introduce to the gin novice; with sweeter, more aromatic and floral notes to calm the intense flavours. Similarly, such an interesting flavour profile also satisfies the more expert enthusiasts, with intricate layers of complex botanicals in perfect balance. It boasts a lovely texture; lovely and smooth, which, along with the floral profile, manages to carry the high alcohol beautifully.
Best to be enjoyed with
Gin Berto by Antica Distilleria Quaglia is perfect for a classic Gin & Tonic or Italian Negroni.
The Winery: Antica Distilleria Quaglia
Antica Distilleria Quaglia was established just after the Unification of Italy in 1871 between Monferrato and the hills towards Turin; an area renowned for its exceptional winemaking. Carlo Quaglia is the most recent to take over the business. His enthusiasm for the exquisite quality of Quaglia products, is evident in his move to enrich the choice of rare, unique creations without ever overlooking the Distillery’s core values of artisanal excellence and the use of high-quality, natural primary products.