Bottega, Alexander

Bottega, Alexander

Bottega, Alexander

The Distilleria Bottega was founded in 1977 by Rosina Zambon Bottega together with her husband Aldo Bottega in Italy. The Distilleria Bottega looks back on three generations of generations, three generations of winemakers, distillation masters and outstanding craftsmen, who are connected to the world of wine and grappa.

Bottega is a successful family business based in Bibano, Treviso (since 2007). The head office is located on a 17th century country estate, which has about 10 hectares of vineyards. The vineyard is half-way between the artistic and cultural capital of Venice (about 50 km) and the spectacular mountain ranges of the Dolomites that form the breathtaking background of Veneto.

Bottega produces typical Italian drinks and premium quality food distributed worldwide.
With the aim of producing the best Italian wine, grappa, spirits and food worldwide, Bottega is committed to quality (Italian taste and authenticity), design (expression of the excellent, aesthetic character of the products (made in Italy) and social responsibility Environment and community.

The company's comprehensive philosophy is reflected in several aspects. Ecological sustainability is an ethical code for Bottega Distillery. The company's new headquarters were designed according to comprehensive ecological criteria. In order to save energy and use renewable energies, we have invested in sophisticated installations which allow for far-reaching autonomy. The choice to apply the principles of recycling and organic agriculture makes a Bottega distillery a green company.

The ultimate goal of the Distilleria Bottega is the quality. The grapes are carefully selected, their origin checked and every phase of the work is supervised. The most important elements for the perfect purity, wholesomeness and harmony of the distillates are the following basic specifications: Grappa with 38% vol., Controlled and controlled fermentation of the vat, distillation under vacuum seal, firing process of the vat without grape-seed.