We've set your shipping destination to:
Prices vary based on delivery destination (it's a tax thing), so please change it if you're not shipping within United States as it might affect the price! (Why?)
Bortolo Nardini opened his distillery and grapperia, which is still used today, back in 1779. This makes it the oldest operating distillery in Italy! In 1964 a second distillery was opened in Monastier which, unlike it's older brother, practised continuous, vacuum distillation (pretty fancy for the '60s!).
To this day, the distillates from both sites are blended together to create Nardini's distinctive character, with this Bianca having been subsequently refined in stainless steel tanks for 12 months prior to bottling. It's Italy's best-selling premium grappa.
Nose: Quite fragrant with citrus and perfumed notes.
Palate: Drying with more of those floral and citrus notes supported by gentle spices.
Finish: Creamy and fragrant. Very pleasant indeed.
Please enter your details to make it easier for us to help you further.
The legal stuff: not providing your contact details may mean we have to delete your
comments if another member of our community complains about them. Whatever happens though, we’ll never share
your contact details unless you specifically tell us we can.
Please click here for more details.
This is lemon meringue pie in a bottle, but it's not too sweet at all. Quite biscuity on the nose. I don't think it's too oily, I think it's got great texture, and with a few drops of water it's very refreshing. Lovely. Will buy again.
25th August 2016
Really couldn't get on with this. A sort of oily, buttery taste, like a badly-oaked Chardonnay. Prefer something brighter and cleaner-tasting.
14th February 2015