Gancia

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Historical Gancia cellars in Canelli.

Gancia is an Italian wine-making company. It was founded in 1850 by Carlo Gancia in Turin using Piedmont grape, The company is best known for its Gancia Aperitivo Originale.

The gancia aperitif is quite popular as an addition to milkshakes and fruit mixes in Latin America, particularly in Argentina.

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Gancia produces still and sparkling wine made from grapes like Brachetto, Chardonnay, Prosecco, Pinot noir, Pinot grigio and Pinot bianco. They also produce red, white, sweet and dry vermouth.

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