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Chinato

Italian name (meaning "with added cinchona bark") for a wine with bitter aromas, which is mixed with cinchona bark and various herbs and sprayed. Traditionally such a wine is drunk in Italy as a digestif. There are Chinato versions of Barolo, among others, but also in many other wine-growing regions. In German-speaking countries such wines are called Bitter Vino.

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