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Brandy (eaux-de-vie, cognac & armagnac), Italian Brandy (Arzente)
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Brandy Nardini is made by distilling wine and then aging for a number of years in Slavonian oak casks.
Brandy is distilled from fermented fruit (not grain). The name brandy comes from northern Europe, where ‘brand’ means to burn, and is a reference to
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Distilled in steam heated alembic copper stills using full-bodied red wines from grape varieties including Merlot, Cabernet and Refosco, from Italy’s Fruili wine region. After...
Vecchia Romagna draws upon reserves laid down in the 1950s and this Italian brandy is aged for ten years in small Limousin or Slavonian oak casks. A 15 Anni with some brandies in...
Etichetta Nera (Black Label) is a very popular brandy in its home Italian market. It is made from Trebbiano di grapes and distilled in traditional pot stills before being aged for...
Stravecchio, pronounced ‘Stra-Vech-Key-O’, means ‘extra old’ and this famous Italian brandy was first launched back in 1888. For its first 120 years it was called ‘Branca...
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