Each bottled at 17% ABV, Starlino vermouths hail from the Vergnano family’s Torino Distillati in Piedmonte, Italy.
The packaging for the new range is inspired by 20th-century Italian architecture and design. The vermouths are packaged in heavy apothecary-style bottles and come with ceramic and wooden stoppers, reminiscent of an antique doorknob.
The front label resembles a vintage luggage tag and the back label features an old fashioned ‘Do Not Disturb’ door hanger.
Starlino Arancione is said to capitalise on the trend for orange wines. The expression is made from white wine and orange distillate – distilled from IGP-certified Sicilian blood oranges, as well as seven herbs and botanicals.