Chazalettes

For almost a century, from the end of the 19th Century up to the 1970s, Chazalettes Vermouth di Torino played a hugely influential part in the vermouth industry. In fact, the brand played a significant part in the daily life of Italians across the Savoia region and further afield. The brand was so loved in the region that is was granted the Royal House of Savoia’s seal by Queen Margherita in 1907. The heir of the Chazalettes dynasty, Giovanni Chazalettes, has been the proud gatekeeper of this historical brand memoir since production ceased in the 1970s, and has for many years dreamt of a revival.

Accordingly a new chapter of Chazalettes history has begun, based on the synergy of generations, the love for an ancient liqueur art that needs to be rediscovered and a common ambition to save an important legacy of Turin.

For five generations the Bava family has created some of Piedmont’s finest wines and are, perhaps more famously, known for creating the Cocchi range of aperitifs and vermouths. The most fitting partner for this historic revival.
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    Aiming to hit the bianco sweet spot of balanced sweetness, bitterness and acidity, it incorporates 130 g/L sugar, sweet citrus, elderflower, rhubarb, cardamom, coriander, mace, orange, sage and a selection of other bitter herbs. ... Learn More
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