“Lately,” writes executive wine editor Ray Isle in the December issue of Food & Wine, “thanks to the growing number of amaro-crazed mixologists and sommeliers, I’m not alone in my passion for the bittersweet Italian digestif.”
Seems that everybody’s talking about amaro these days!
Here’s what Ray had to say about Amaro Nonino:
Amaro Nonino Quintessentia
The Nonino family is mostly known for its acclaimed grappas, but they also produce this silky, liqueur-like amaro. It’s flavored with herbs from the mountains of Friuli.