Vecchia Romagna

Vecchia Romagna traces its roots to 1820 when Jean Buton, master distiller at the Imperial House of Napolean I, left France to settle in Italy, where he founded the first Italian steam distillery in Bologna. In 1939 Cognac Buton, a high-end distillate produced by the company, became Vecchia Romagna, a wine distillate presented in a unique triangular bottle. Since 1999 Vecchia Romagna has been a part of Gruppo Montenegro.

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