Mancino Bianco Ambrato

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Mancino Bianco Ambrato

75cl | 16% ABV | Italy

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Built on a base of Trebbiano di Romagna wine and a healthy 37 botanicals, Mancino Bianco Ambrato is a semi-dry vermouth, ideal for Martinis.

The key ingredients are chamomile, elderflower, gentian and mint, all lending a floral Alpine nose, while sweet orange and pink grapefruit add citrus lead the taste before handing over to angelica and quinine for a very dry earthy finish.

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"It’s the camomile in this vermouth that I love and for me it’s another sipper that’s also great in a martini. Sip it over ice with a slither of orange peel and revel in the ever-changing bittersweet complexity."

About this product

Production takes place in a family run distillery in Piedmont. The botanicals are ground in a traditional mill that has been in use since the 1930’s, then steeped in spirit before being added to the Trebbiano di Romagna wine base.

Founded by Giancarlo Mancino, bartender and entrepreneur hailing from Pignola, Italy. Having travelled the globe for his bar and beverage consultancy firm, he wanted to create a traditional range of vermouths connected to his homeland.

While the founder may be found globetrotting, the vermouths are anchored in the Piedmont region, with both product and inspiration all coming from the region, including the three Italian wormwood used (Pontica, Gentile and Romana).

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