Liqueur Limonsardo Tremontis, 700 ml
Reviews of purchase Limonsardo Tremontis, 700 ml
Liquor light yellow color.
Taste bitter lemon liqueur.
Liqueur with a strong, rich lemon fragrance.
Liquor is recommended to use as a digestif, pure ice, combined with fruit juices with sparkling water, in cocktails with cocoa liqueur, vodka, gin and brandy.
At the beginning of the XX century by Francesco Ardzhiolas planted his first vines, laying the foundation for the future of a large family farm. But really famous and important Ardzhiolas made his son Francesco - Antonio, born in 1906, and continued his father's work. Later, Antonio says, "I did everything. He was a gardener, farmer, salesman. I started from scratch, put everything on the four hectares of vineyards and lived with the idea that every year I can put a few acres of vineyards." All profits from the vineyards Antonio invested in development. So there were cellars, mill and even a small dairy products. He worked constantly, even during the war. More than seventy years Ardzhiolas Antonio was led by the company. As a legacy to their children and grandchildren, he left a prestigious farm, which currently has 30 hectares of vineyards and olive groves, and the relationship between tradition and innovation. Today, the fourth generation continues the work of Antonio, demonstrating what they have learned their great grandfather - dedication, perseverance, passion for the land and the idea: to bring the world of tastes and flavors of the island called Sardinia.
In addition to fine wines family Ardzhiolas produces another 2 "star" drinks - liqueurs "Limonsardo" and "Mirto". Lemon liqueur - a typical product for the solar Italy, where an abundance of fragrant grow thick-skinned lemons. Liquor turns dazzling lemon yellow color, with a sweet flavor. Unlike Limonsardo that it is not as sweet as most Italian lemon liqueur. Limonsardo made in the winery in the south of Sardinia. Get it from the peeled lemon immersed in pure alcohol, with the addition of natural essences. Limonsardo - a little piece of the Mediterranean placed in the bottle.