The final product is a result of the careful selection of ingredients and the secret blending process that have remained true to the experiments of the Peloni Family.
The story of the cellars is one that goes hand in hand with the production of Braulio. In 1826, when the Peloni family started the business, the cellars covered very little space just a few feet below their house. Then, in the 60s, when Braulio outgrew the walls of the pharmacy, the cellars were enlarged to hold over 500 thousand bottles of Amaro. In 2017, the cellars were restored and enlarged, adding over 1,600 square meters to the production site of Bormio. The historic and evocative cellars dating back to the 19th and 20th centuries have been flanked by a completely new space in which 166 new Slavonian oak barrels were added progressively.
Free visit only in Italian to the Braulio cellars are available from 11 December 2021 to 2 April 2022 every Saturday at 6pm except 25 December and 1 January. Reservations required at firstname.lastname@example.org
The temperature will be measured at the beginning of the visit and super green pass is required. For more info: email@example.com