Alessio Vino Chinato

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Size750mL Proof32 (16% ABV) *Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
This fortified wine is made with Nebbiolo d'Alba grapes with spices, herbs, aromatics, sugar, and alcohol added. Its fruity and sweet character is balanced by bitterness that comes from the cinchona bark.
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Note:  Once an order has been safely & successfully delivered, we do not accept returns due to change of heart or taste. Due to state regulations, we cannot accept the return of alcohol purchased by a customer in error.

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About Alessio Vino Chinato

Crafted using the grape varietal ― Nebbiolo d'Alba ― that are used in Barolo wines from the Piedmonte region of Italy, Alessio Vino Chinato is a sweet Italian aperitif or digestif wine. It's an aromatized fortified wine that has spices, herbs, aromatics, sugar, and alcohol added. Fruity, aromatic, and bitter, it's bottled at 16% ABV and is drunk as an aperitif or digestif. It works particularly well in cocktail recipes that call for an Italian sweet vermouth.

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About Alessio

Tempus Fugit Spirits, LLC was created in order to bring several historic spirits and liqueurs into the modern world. They started with absinthe since one of the co-founders had successfully co-developed over 25 brands of the mystical spirit in Europe. Absinthe was re-legalized in the US in 2007, yet US importers lacked interest in bringing high-quality absinthe from Europe. Tempus Fugit (which translates to "time flies") wasted no time and took it upon themselves to bring premium, award-winning absinthes from Switzerland and France over the pond.

While they started with absinthe, it's not their only focus. They are also passionate about re-creating liquors that were immensely popular before Prohibition. They employ 19th-century practices in crafting various liqueurs, bitters, amari, vermouths, and chinati, specializing in their use as cocktail modifiers.

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It's a fruity, aromatic, and bitter palate with red and black fruit aromas on the nose. There are plenty of aromatic herbal notes along with a balanced sweetness as well, culminating in a bitter finish.
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