Giniu Gin ginitaly’s review

Giniu Gin from the Sardinian brand Silvio Carta, is ginitaly’s next Italian Gin to review, a real noticeable product that introduces itself with a stunning packaging and a solid background idea.

Vergin Gin Alpino 43° ginitaly’s review

Vergin Gin is a Gin coming from the Italian Alpine region of Aosta Valley: it makes absolutely sense that lot of Italian Gins are coming from Northern Mountain regions, as they're so rich in biodiversity, so many different botanicals to use for their recipes.

Pigskin Gin: Gin Italy’s review

Pigskin Gin is the first Italian barrel aged Gin: it is produced by Silvio Carta in Sardinia, to exalt the perfumes of this island.

Tovel’s Gin ginitaly’s review

Finally, after 21 previously reviewed Gins, i can study and talk about a completely Italian Gin. Tovel’s Gin was born in Trentino, Tassullo precisely, in a Natural Park, the Adamello Brenta, in a distillery that has been operating for decades. The current owner had the inspired idea to start the production of a good quality […]

VII Hills Italian London Dry Gin ginitaly’s review

This review is about VII Hills Italian London Dry Gin, a Gin inspired by ancient Rome. I followed online the evolution of this project, and in the months before the launch, I had a doubt: a Gin distilled in London can be “made in Italy”?