This is simply one of the loviest wines we’ve had. It’s great as an aperitif, as a digestif, in your Negroni’s, just about anything! Slightly sweet, slightly bitter with a wonderful herby profile. Made from Piedmont white wines, Moscato and a bit of Nebbiolo for colour (Large producers often use caramel for colouring).We suggest to serve it cold with some ice during summer time, as aperitif or after-dinner drink. You could even serve it warm as a hot drink.


Quinine peel, Succirubra Quinine, Gentian roots, Acorus camalus, Sweet orange peel, Bitter orange peel, Roman absinthe, Rhubarb, Yarrow flowers, Bay leaves, Florence Iris, Ceylon cinnamon, Knapweed, Valerian, Genzianella (Piedmont grown), Elderflower, Linden flower, Turmeric zedoaria, Green Chiretta, Viola Yedoensis, Coriander, Cloves, Cape aloe, Ginger, Citrine sandalwood, Cardamon Nutmeg, Vanilla berries, Light absinthe(Piedmont grown), Artichoke leaves.

ABV 17%

Vegetarian/ Vegan friendly



This illustrious estate was originally bought by the first King of Italy in 1858, and then shaped into the world’s top Barolo brand by his son, Emanuele Alberto Guerrieri, Count of Mirafiore, hence the name Casa E di Mirafiore. Sadly the estate did not survive the Great Depression and was split up by various creditors.

It was eighty years later that the well-known and widely respected entrepreneur Oscar Farinetti embarked on a journey to restore Casa E di Mirafiore to its full glory. Firstly, he reallocated the original 25 hectares of prime vineyards and historic cellars from Fontanafredda, his other winery. Then, in 2011 Farinetti managed to buy back the Casa E di Mirafiore brand name which had been purchased by a third party. This was not without a price! – it cost him lunch as the owner understood the historical importance at stake.

Since then numerous investments have been made, not least converting to organic in 2018. The wines are consistently and increasingly gaining recognition for their Serralunga power combined with rich, seductive depth of fruit. The “cru” wines from Lazzarito and Paiagallo in particular. Without doubt historically proven excellence well on the way to realising its truly great potential.