Vecchia Romagna Brandy

70cl / 38%
Vecchia Romagna Brandy
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A bottle of the famous Italian grape brandy Vecchia Romagna - one of Italy's best-selling spirits and a historic brand that's been around for a very long time. Vecchia Romagna is distilled from the Trebbiano grape, known as Ugni Blanc in France - where it is the base grape for almost all of the world's best Cognacs.
Country
Italy
Type
Grape Brandy

Vecchia Romagna Brandy Reviews

11 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    26 September

    It’s delicious. Very palatable.

  • 5
    7 May

    Such a great drink and I would recommend it to any. For a special drink for a special time. Have been a firm favourite since I first teasted in Italy many year ago..

  • 2
    21 April

    It might have a legacy but as brandys go this has the subtlety of paint stripper. If you are looking for a typical amber / woody aroma this doesn't deliver. Might be a strong contender in the Italian market but personally I use it as a mixer. Not of the same class as Hine or other leading brands... the refinement just isn't there

  • 5
    9 July 2016

    Excellent brandy

  • 5
    8 November 2015

    Excellent brandy with a classy taste.

  • 4
    14 February 2015

    Very good brandy. I prefer to drink it on its own. First discovered it in a village called Alliste in Puglia

  • 5
    10 October 2014

    For the money you really can't beat this, I adore it.

  • Anonymous 29 November 2013

    WEVE BEEN ENJOYING THIS BRANDY ON ALL OUR CRUISES OVER THE PAST TEN YEARS. BEST BRANDY EVER. WISH IT WAS AVAILABLE IN SOUTH AFRICA

  • Peter the Painter 30 December 2012

    Discovered this in Berlin, of all places! If you like Metaxa, you'll love this!

  • Big Fil 1 May 2011

    Not exactly the best brandy in the world. But for me I like the fact that it's one of very few Italian Brandy's It has a more Spanish feel to it rather than the typical French stuff and mixes well in cocktails. Makes a rather nice Manhatten-esk drink using the Italian Amoro.

  • Anonymous 4 October 2009

    how much is worth?