About the Wine
In a beautiful area on the slopes of the Sibillini Mountains in Italy's Marche Region, you'll find Distilleria Varnelli. They've been making exceptional spirits since 1868. It all began with Girolamo Varnelli, a clever herbalist who created Amaro Sibilla, a fantastic tonic liquor that won a gold medal in 1909.
Fast forward to today, and Distilleria Varnelli is still going strong, run by the fourth generation of the Varnelli family, and it's led by four remarkable women. They focus on blending old traditions with new ideas, ensuring the best quality while caring for the environment and their community.
Their distillery is in Pievebovigliana, and they have a modern headquarters in Muccia, designed to fit in with the stunning natural surroundings. They choose the finest natural ingredients for their products, some of which are made using secret family methods passed down through the generations.
Moka Varnelli is a fine liqueur obtained with real italian espresso according to a traditional recipe of the Varnelli family. It needs at least 6 months of seasoning and settling in order to acquire its particular taste and appearance.
Tasting Notes: A deep, coffee-like dark brown color. When you take a whiff, you'll notice the distinct scent of espresso seamlessly blending with notes of cocoa, vanilla, spices, tobacco, honey, and caramel. On the palate, it offers a pleasingly sweet and well-balanced taste with persistent aromas that linger, making for an enjoyable and memorable tasting experience.