MARCO POLO AGED BRANDY
After thirty years of age, from the cold Istrian cellars where the fullness of its taste matured, Marco Polo aged brandy was carefully converted into an elegant bottle to confidently introduce itself to true connoisseurs.
Marco Polo is not synonymous with quality, but quality in its essence. It was obtained from distillates of the highest quality wine. Thirty years of maturation gave it a noble red-brown color, perfect aroma and taste that the palate has long felt and remembered.
Thanks to its 30-year-long maturation in oak barrels, Marco Polo is an exceptionally rounded brandy of unique woody spicy notes and a strong character. It delights the palate with the silky complexity of aromas, fullness of taste and long finish. It is great as an aperitif to prepare your palate for good wine, or as the end of a great dinner.
PATIENCE PAYS OFF
Before you start sipping it, ventilate the brandy by swirling it in a glass or let it breathe for 15 minutes. The air opens aromas hidden in the brandy and provides an extremely gentle experience of consumption.
SCENERY FOR MARCO POLO AGED BRANDY
It is served in a thin-walled glass shaped like a tulip flower. You hold it in the palm of your open hand and feel it tactile first, then sip it… nice and slow.
The exceptional quality of Marco Polo aged brandy did not go unnoticed. At the Berlin International Spirits Competition 2018 Marco Polo was awarded with the prestigious title “Croatia Brandy of the Year” .
MARCO POLO AGED BRANDY “ONE IN EMILIONI”
It is known that the number (word) one million is associated with Marco Polo. When Marco returned to Venice, he recounted his experiences megalomaniacally, enlarging facts, descriptions and figures. He soon became famous for it, and the common numerals became too small to follow his descriptions. But for the number 1 000 000 at that time there was no special numerical expression but the name one thousand thousands was used. As his second name was Emilio (hence the full name: Marco Emilio Polo), the coin “emilioni” soon spread among the Venetian regiment, from which, with a small modification, a new number was “born”.