This wine-based amaro is the product of a 4th-generation winemaker in Canelli d’Asti. It can be drunk as an aperitif or digestif, and pairs very well with salty cheeses, nuts and charcuterie. Primarily flavored with cardoon and blessed thistle. The not-too-sweet palate is structured with oak tannin, bitter herb and acidity. The finish is a cross between vermouth, dry sherry, and even a little aged Port. A soothing drink on its own but will also take the place of Vermouth in winter cocktails or mixed with tonic.