Pampleau Grapefruit Aperitif
It is sweet and grassy on the nose, bittersweet and juicy on the palate, and finishes with a lingering herbal complexity. A fun, quaffable wine that is both sophisticated and widely approachable.
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A line of aperitivi produced in the heart of Italy’s historic aperitivo region – Asti, Piedmont in collaboration with legendary barman Giancarlo Ma...View full details
In 1993, Heaven Hill bought the U.S. rights to Dubonnet, a sweet aperitif devised in 1846 by Parisian wine merchant and chemist Joseph Dubonnet. In...View full details