Deta Distilleria - (Italy)
The story of Deta starts in 1926 when the family of Marquis Torrigiani of Santa Christina founded a small distillery near the Chianti hills in the heart of Tuscany between Florence and Siena. After World War II, Angelo Gianchecchi took over the distillery and changed the name to "Lo Stillo". The distillery soon became a reference for distillates in the Tuscan wine landscape. In 1978 the company took its current form. She was taken over by Luigi Forni and his daughter. During the industrial revolution, they implemented drastic modernisations and adjustments and at the same time they could count on Lo Stillo's years of experience and know-how. While other distilleries did not take these steps or did not do so in time, Deta worked its way up to the top of the region. To this day, they present only high-quality distillates that will delight any Grappa or Limoncello enthusiast.