Ginarte Dry Gin

Ginarte Dry Gin

  • Dry Gin
  • Italy, 700ml

This stunning and artistically packaged gin was crafted from 13 native Italian botanicals. Three levels of distillation was used to create a wonderfully unique and complex gin. The gin offers plenty of floral notes, without being overwhelming, with some bittersweet tangy notes in there too, a whole host of herbaceous pine, a gentle somewhat chocolatey note and a green, vegetal finish.

  • Distillery: Francoli Distillery
  • Type: Gin
  • Region: Italy
  • Alcohol: 43.5%
  • Volume: 700ml
  • Goes with: Ice, premium tonic, fresh citrus and/or mint garnish

Ginarte is a journey into beauty - the essence of life’s pleasures and an exploration of all things beautiful. Designed for those who know how to find poetry in the small things of daily life, those who consider beauty a state of mind. Ginarte is not just a gin, it’s a way of life. This is why Ginarte is perfect for sipping, alone or with friends.

Ginarte is a form of love for the myriad of facets, hues and contradictions that make up the basis of our entire existence. Distilled and bottled in Italy. Dry Gin. 13 Native Botanicals.

The Francoli family began distilling in 1875 in the village of Campodolcino in the mountains above Lake Como.

They founded their distillery in Piemonte in 1951. Over the years, by creating new companies and acquiring existing ones, they formed the Francoli Group (Gruppo Francoli).

Today, Gruppo Francoli is an active producer and distributor of grappa, liqueurs, distillates, wines, dried ham (prosciutto) and electrical energy.

Respecting and safeguarding the environment has always been of fundamental importance to the Francoli family. Distillerie Francoli was the first grappa distillery to officially have Zero Impact® on the environment.


Ginarte is the Italian premium gin dedicated to the art world. A refined gin with a unique flavour produced with 13 selected botanicals.

The juniper berries, strictly picked in Tuscany, are infused in pure wheat alcohol at 65% and then distilled in vacuum discontinuous alembic, because the vacuum reduces the boiling point of the infusion into preserve the more delicate aromas.

Together with juniper, Ginarte selected plants that have a particular link with art. Elements such as the Calamint, safflower, mignonette, rubia and indigo were in fact used for the creation of coloured pigments by the most important Renaissance painters.

In addition, herbs such as angelica, lavender, hibiscus, elder flowers, pine buds, mountain pine and pine needles complete the botanicals and contribute to produce a clean and complex gin at the same time.

Both these elements and the herbs inspired by the art are infused in two separate batches in pure 55% wheat alcohol, then distilled in a small discontinuous non-vacuum alembic still to maintain the aromatic components of all ingredients.

Finally, the distillates of the three infusions are then blended together and left to rest for a few days, after which ultra-pure water of glacial origin is added to bring the alcohol content to 44%. It is then passed through low-temperature (-7°C) filters made of very pure cellulose that hold back any oily particles that may have remained in the mixture. Ginarte is now ready to be bottled.

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