Vision Wine & Spirits, the national sales & import division of Martignetti Companies, is pleased to announce a new distribution agreement with Slocum & Sons in Connecticut and Winebow in New York and New Jersey. This new agreement allows for Del Professore Chinato, Aperitivo and Bitters Vermouth to be distributed statewide.
Del Professore Vermouth is one of few vermouths available made solely from wine and ingredients produced in-house. This ensures the intensity and authenticity of the aromas, as they oversee the entire process from grape and herbs, to the finished product. The full lineup of Del Professore products include: Classico, Rosso, Bitter, Aperitivo and Chinato Vermouth.
“I love preserving and enhancing the aromas, colors and flavors of the raw materials I work with, just as I love waiting patiently for them to mature naturally,” says Carlo Quaglia, Distiller, and liquor maker.
Del Professore Chinato Vermouth combines the delicate bitterness and fortifying virtues of cinchona with the classic sweetness and aromas of vermouth, to create a beverage which is perfect as an aperitif or after-dinner drink.
Del Professore Bitter is crafted from an exclusive recipe that includes a fresh bitter orange peel infusion and carried out with great care and dedication. This creates a unique spirit with a natural ruby red color and juniper, cinnamon and other spice aromas. The typical flavors of citrus, cascarilla, rhubarb and gentian come through on the palate.
The Aperitivo is the result of a fine craft infusion of mandarin, lemon, gentian, and other spices. Naturally colored, it releases intense aromas of fresh citrus, sage and flowers with a hint of gentian and other delicately bitter herbs.
Vision Wine & Spirits, LLC is a division of the Martignetti Companies, the 7th largest distributor in the United States, and an independent family-owned business since 1908. Vision will be announcing new additions to their growing portfolio in 2019.
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