Marconi 46 has a precise and recognisable identity thanks to a unique infusion of botanicals inspired by the Asiago plateau, in north of the Veneto region, where the Poli family comes from.
In the nose the Poli gin it opens with an intense scent of juniper, made fresh and balmy by the mountain pine, the swiss pine and the mint. In the mouth, muscat grapes give a silky touch; everlasting retro-nasal elegant sensations are given by cardamom and coriander.
Marconi 46 gin express in the name its Italian soul:
- Guglielmo Marconi was an italian genius, the inventor of the radio telegraph and Nobel prize for Physics in 1909;
- 46 is the alcohol volume in the Gin;
- 46 Marconi street is the address in Schiavon where the distillery is located.