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Nonino Gioiello Chestnut/Honey Brandy

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1175330
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Nonino Gioiello Chestnut/Honey Brandy 750ml

Nonino Gioiello Chestnut/Honey Brandy

Distilled from Chestnut honey. Spice, unusual, and totally intoxicating. If you've never tried chestnut honey, this will give you a clear idea of the aromatic power of this humble nut.

After becoming the first distillery to craft monovarietal grappas — distillates made from the pomace of a single grape variety — the Nonino family discovered that some of Friuli’s ancient, indigenous grape varieties were nearly extinct. They were alarmed to learn that the reason for this was that their cultivation had been outlawed and that grape growers who continued to grow them faced stiff fines if they vinified and sold the wine.

In November 1975, the family founded the Premio Nonino Risit d’Âur (The Nonino Golden Rootstock Prize): the prize was to be awarded annually to a grape grower who cultivated one or more of Friuli’s endangered grape varieties. In 1978, the Italian government lifted its ban on the varieties in question and in 1978, the European Economic Community (Common Market) recognized and sanctioned both the prize and the grapes varieties.

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Nonino Nonino Gioiello Chestnut/Honey Brandy
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Distilled from Chestnut honey. Spice, unusual, and totally intoxicating. If you've never tried chestnut honey, this will give you a clear idea of the aromatic power of this humble nut.
 

Notes on the Nonino Gioiello Chestnut/Honey Brandy 750ML

Technical Notes After becoming the first distillery to craft monovarietal grappas — distillates made from the pomace of a single grape variety — the Nonino family discovered that some of Friuli’s ancient, indigenous grape varieties were nearly extinct. They were alarmed to learn that the reason for this was that their cultivation had been outlawed and that grape growers who continued to grow them faced stiff fines if they vinified and sold the wine.

In November 1975, the family founded the Premio Nonino Risit d’Âur (The Nonino Golden Rootstock Prize): the prize was to be awarded annually to a grape grower who cultivated one or more of Friuli’s endangered grape varieties. In 1978, the Italian government lifted its ban on the varieties in question and in 1978, the European Economic Community (Common Market) recognized and sanctioned both the prize and the grapes varieties.