Angioletti craft Italian cider on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch

Angioletti Secco craft Italian cider is featured on national television in the UK!  Gabe Cook (aka The Ciderologist) presented a feature on sparkling ciders as alternatives to sparkling wine on Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch show.

Angioletti was chosen by three out of the four panelists (Vogue Williams, Simon Rimmer and Tim Lovejoy) as their favourite cider!

Best quote came from Simon Rimmer: “that is nicer than Prosecco!”

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Growing interest in Italian craft cider

Since we launched Angioletti UK at the start of 2016, as we approach the half year point, we are really beginning to see a spike in interest for our craft Italian ciders.  Our Mela Rossa craft Italian cider launched in Bella Italia restaurants nationwide in April, Angioletti craft Italian cider is launching in another national Italian restaurant chain next month, and we have several more very high profile launches to follow in the second half of the year, in both on-premise and retail sectors.

 

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Thanks and best wishes for 2016!

With the ‘official’ UK launch of Angioletti now upon us, it’s “go, go, go!!” time for us as we introduce our products to customers and consumers, however, firstly it is important for us to say a HUGE thanks to all the people that have made it possible for us to get this far.  So, in no particular order…

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So, craft Italian cider? Never heard of it?!

Well, you probably haven’t; cider or ‘sidro’ in Italy is quite a rare sight, and there’s one fairly unsavoury character to blame for this, and his name is Benito Mussolini…  Among a few other ill-considered decisions, he forbade the fermentation of all other fruit other than grapes so as to support the Italian wine industry.  Good news for Italian wine, bad news for Italian cider!
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The Magic of Angioletti

Discovering the home of Angioletti craft Italian cider is a wonderful journey.  As you leave behind the beautiful city of Verona, with it’s famous roman amphitheatre and Romeo and Juliet balcony, and travel north, parallel to Lake Garda, as the Dolomite mountains become increasingly imposing, on the road towards Trento and Bolzano, ‘wine country’ starts turning to ‘apple country’…
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