San Martino

San Martino is a traditional Italian liqueur that is popular in the Veneto region of Italy. It is a sweet and aromatic liqueur that is typically enjoyed as a digestif after a meal. San Martino can be found in various towns and communes in the Veneto region, including Bassano del Grappa, Vicenza, and Padua.

In Bassano del Grappa, you can find San Martino at the local liquor stores such as Enoteca Ponte Vecchio and Enoteca Bortolin. In Vicenza, you can purchase it at Enoteca La Vite and Enoteca Il Vino. In Padua, you can find San Martino at Enoteca Al Bottegon and Enoteca La Cantina.

One popular recipe that incorporates San Martino is the “San Martino Spritz.” To make this refreshing cocktail, mix equal parts of San Martino, Prosecco, and soda water. Serve it over ice and garnish with a slice of orange or a sprig of fresh mint.

Another delicious recipe that features San Martino is the “San Martino Tiramisu.” To make this classic Italian dessert, soak ladyfingers in a mixture of San Martino and coffee. Layer the soaked ladyfingers with a creamy mixture of mascarpone cheese, eggs, and sugar. Dust the top with cocoa powder and refrigerate for a few hours before serving.

San Martino has been recognized with the PAT (Traditional Agri-Food Product) recognition, which guarantees its traditional production methods and quality. The specifications for San Martino include using only natural ingredients such as herbs, spices, and alcohol. It must be produced in the Veneto region and follow traditional recipes and production techniques.

– “San Martino” – Enoteca Ponte Vecchio (
– “San Martino” – Enoteca Bortolin (
– “San Martino” – Enoteca La Vite (
– “San Martino” – Enoteca Il Vino (
– “San Martino” – Enoteca Al Bottegon (
– “San Martino” – Enoteca La Cantina (