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A tasting of some of the best fruit that Italy has to offer. Marco Colzani’s Volpedo Peach Nectar is truly a smoothie lover’s fruit juice, as if you took the platonic ideal of a perfectly ripened peach and drank it right from the blender. Marco preserves exactly the right amount of peach pulp - with its delicate flesh - to create an elegant texture that is structured yet clean. Sipping from the quaint glass bottle, you have the almost alarming sensation of feeling the heat of the sun-ripened peach in a cool refreshing drink. 

Marco Colzani set out to make his peach nectars the only way a trained enologist knows how: with the highest quality fruit grown in its own perfect habitat and harvested by hand at the peak of ripeness. And just as if he were bottling a fine wine, Marco displays the variety of fruit, area of cultivation, and year of production right on the label: Maria Marta variety of peaches from Volpedo in Piedmont. The fruit is picked and processed by hand within 24 hours of harvesting, and is therefore never frozen. Each nectar is made without any preservatives, dyes or other additives; Marco’s goal is to respect the fresh fruit by bottling it as it is, with just a bit of Italian sugar.

 

This is the breakfast beverage par excellence - which may be why it’s in high demand at the world’s top hotels - and makes a luxurious treat any time of day. Mix these fruit nectars with your favorite spirits or tonics for a stunning cocktail or mocktail - if you can manage to save them until the end of the day. Sipping these nectars is truly the closest thing to drinking fresh Italian fruit - complete with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, all left intact through a gentle pasteurization process. In all of the artisanal sweets he produces, his philosophy is simple: “to take away everything that is unnecessary, and try to come as close as possible to the original.”

There's a new addition to the Marco Colzani collection of exceptional creations. Actually, three!…