Aperol Spritz Value Pack

Aperol Spritz Value Pack

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1 x Aperol Aperitivo ~1 litre Bottle ~ Italy

90/100 Wine Enthusiast
Silver - International Wine & Spirit Competition

The Winemaker - "Hardly bitter at all, more like a zesty orange cordial with faint bitterness. Flavours of zesty orange marmalade and pink grapefruit predominate."

KN - "Among the canon of Italian spirits, Aperol and the Aperol Spritz cocktail are classics, available at a growing range of America's best bars. The lurid red hue is recognizable from across the room. It's light on every count—in terms of alcohol content, sweetness level and texture. The gentle sweet-bitter profile goes down easy—especially when lightened with bubbles."

K&L - "Aperol's unique flavor and color is achieved through a subtle blend of bitter orange, gentian, rhubarb and an array of herbs and roots--using a secret recipe that has been unchanged since its first creation in 1919. Try the classic Aperol Spritz: 3 parts Aperol, 2 parts Prosecco, 1 part soda over ice with an orange twist. The ultimate in thirst-quenching cocktails."

An orange/red coloured Italian aperitif. created in 1919, and made of an infusion of rhubarb, cinchona (the tree from which quinine comes), gentian and several other herbs.

The Barbieri Company was established in 1891 by Giuseppe Barbieri in Padua, Italy to produce and market a wide range of Liqueurs, The company's most famous and enduring product, Aperol, was especially created in 1919 by his two sons, Luigi and Silvio for Padua International Fair, a large exhibition attracting international visitors held in their home town. Silvio Barbieri named Aperol after the French word for aperitif, 'Apero', which he had learnt on a recent trip to France and seemed appropriate for their new bitter-sweet liqueur.

Veneto is a substantial and increasingly important wine region in the northeastern corner of Italy. With fruity red Valpolicella complementing its intense Amarone and sweet Recioto counterparts, Veneto is armed with a formidable portfolio of red wines to go with its refreshing whites, such as Soave and sparkling Prosecco.

Bitters are a diverse group of products which have been consumed for centuries for their health-related benefits. Usually they are spirit-based preparations flavored with botanical or cirus fruit material of some description. Vermouths, while they often have a bitter flavor, are aromatized fortified wines.

3 x Bottega Millesimato Prosecco Brut 2021 ~ Veneto, Italy

Silver - Korea Wine Challenge (2019 Vintage)

89/100 James Suckling (2018 Vintage)

James Suckling "Excellent purity of fruit and freshness here, suggesting bright lemons and limes. Hint of sweetness on the palate, but some fine acidity to compensate. Frothy and appley on the finish. Drink now." (2018 Vintage)

The Winemaker ~ "Colour and appearance: Straw yellow, brilliant, with a rich and persistent foam and a fine perlage. Bouquet: Fruity, flowery, with scents of Golden apple and exotic fruit. Dry, lightly alcoholic, fragrant, fresh, well balanced with intense scents of fruit"

John Szabo, Master Sommelier (MS) "Light intensity pear and citrus aromas. Essentially dry and crisp palate, with slightly bruised fruit flavours. Decent length" (2019 Vintage)

Vines Magazine ~ "Palate is fresh and lively with opulent floral notes and stone fruit, mouth-filling, medium length with bright lime acids on the finish." (2019 Vintage)

A Prosecco from the multi-award-winning winery - Bottega - famous for its top-end Prosecco served in gold bottles.

This celebrated winery creates Prosecco in Venoto Italy using the classified Glera grape.

Prosecco is an Italian DOC or DOCG white wine produced in a large area spanning nine provinces in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions, and named after the village of Prosecco which is in the province of Trieste, Italy. It is made from the Prosecco grape (renamed Glera in 2009 within the European Union) but denomination rules allow up to 15% of the wine to be other permitted varieties.