Italian aperitifs spice up Nardini

20 April, 2007

Grappa producer Nardini has added four Italian aperitifs to its range.

The quartet is made up of: Nardini Bitter - the distiller's version of Italy's traditional red aperitif (24 per cent abv); Rabarbaro - which has a caramelised fruit flavour that is derived from the Chinese rhubarb root (19 per cent abv); Amaro - which is flavoured with bitter orange, peppermint and gentian (31 per cent abv); and Rosso - a richer red aperitif, spiced with quinine (24 per cent abv).

All four are available in 1-litre bottles and distributed in the UK and Ireland by Surrey-based Emporia Brands in partnership with Suffolk-based importer Nick Hopewell-Smith Associates.

Emporia Brands 01483 458700

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