This exclusive liquor is sweet and dry at the same time, delicate but strong, perfumed but never invasive. A little bit of dark chocolate would compliment this sambuca perfectly!
Colazingari produces its liqueurs using a cold infusion method, which helps to retain flavour. This is the oldest among all recipes still in use by Colazingari Liquori. They keep the old and traditional methods of production, improving them where possible, allowing time for the long pauses between the different phases of production and for the natural fining of Sambuca Fina.
How long will my delivery take?
Deliveries should arrive within 3-4 working days
How much does delivery cost?
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NHS Bottle Exempt from Delivery Charges
Local Delivery Free over £50 for SW13,14,15; KT1,2
Please note we do not deliver to certain UK postcodes*.
We also over a Free Delivery Service to the following postcodes KT1, KT2, SW13, SW14, SW15
Do you deliver overseas?
Unfortunately we do not deliver overseas, to the Channel Islands and BFPO addresses
I missed my delivery. What do I do?
Our deliveries are made by a third party company. If you are unavailable to sign for the order the driver may leave the wine in a ‘safe’ place as specified by you whilst placing order. A card will be posted through your letterbox notifying you of where it has been delivered or how you can arrange a re-delivery. The courier will attempt to deliver your order twice after which time it will be returned to their depot for collection by you. If the wine has not been collected after 3 days it will be returned to us. Please note that unfortunately re-delivery will incur a charge. Any problems please contact us email@example.com and we will do our best to sort things out.
Some items are missing/damaged in my delivery?
It is important to keep & check your delivery note – you should notify us immediately of any missing or damaged items. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I order less then 6 bottles?
Yes of course however our Courier company will still charge £5 for delivery so it is more cost effective to order more.
Can I return un-opened bottles of wine?
Yes, that’s not a problem. All bottles should be unopened & intact with no label damage i.e. water damage. We will arrange a refund within 48 working hours of the goods being received & inspected. Email us at email@example.com
I think my wine may be faulty?
We are really sorry to hear that. We will replace or refund any of our wines that are faulty. This does not affect your statutory rights. We will require faulty bottles to be returned to us. We will arrange this for you. Please email as at firstname.lastname@example.org
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept debit cards, Mastercard, Visa , Amex, Apple Pay & Paypal.
I want to make a complaint/suggestion?
For complaints & suggestions please email email@example.com. You can expect a full resolution with 72 working hours by a senior manager in our team. (We will notify you of any delays). Each complaint will be treated confidentially.
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How can I contact Glug Wines?
Pop in & say hello - we are located at 242 Upper Richmond Road, Putney SW16 6TG.
Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our telephone number is 07887 953 165
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The time in oak barrels gives the vermouth an enveloping warmth and softness to the deliciously complex aromas of balsamic and mint reminiscent of old medicinal remedies of the past. There are further intriguing notes of refreshing absinthe, orange peel and vanilla. The palate is full and soft with initial balsamic and mint flavours. These flow into a pleasantly bitter aftertaste balanced by sweeter rhubarb and gentiana notes with muscovado sugar, and a light tannic structure from the refinement in oak.