GINO APERITIVO TRENTINO of distillery Cappelletti born for the Spritz.
The Gino aperitif of Trentino of the Cappelletti distillery is excellent for rounding up the taste of white wine and for refining the various types of cocktails, from the simplest to the most elaborate. Thanks to its 11 ° degrees it is an excellent base for spriz and cocktails. Aperitif with a sweet and bitter taste for moments of happiness and relaxation. Spritz is an alcoholic aperitif based on wine and water where you can add Gino or Specialino. Spritz is popular now in almost all of Italy (especially Triveneto) is also known in Germany with the name of Gespritzter or Weinschorle. The Spritz drink originated in the period of the First World War, around 1917, during the Austrian occupation on the Piave, where Prosecco already reigned. The origins are unknown, but it seems that a part for its diffusion had the soldiers of the Austrian Empire that to "dilute" the high alcohol content of the Veneto wines, would have lengthened them with seltz (from the German verb "spritzen" = spray, the gesture of extending the wine with water) There is not a unique composition for spritz, but city variations, in turn freely interpreted by baristas, each with its own particular preparation. The alcohol content is therefore variable, but can be evaluated ediamente on the 8th. In Trentino the spritz is renowned among both the young and the elderly and if you order a spritz the recipe does not change: it is ice, Red liqueur aperitif (in this case it is better a GINO), sparkling wine or prosecco (of course Cappelletti), water (or seltz) and a slice of orange. Spritz is undoubtedly the most consumed and widespread aperitif, Spritz has become a symbol of the sparkling joyful Italian city atmosphere.