"From an old family recipe, the Marolo Chinato is produced from good wines, flavored with herbs and rind infusions, like cinchona, rhubarb, gentian, coriander, cinnamon, cloves and others. It is great as an aperitif or as a digestif at the end of the meal. The long aging in small oak barrels gives wonderful harmony, balance, and elegance to this wine."
Use it cocktails: The Dark Side is a great place to start!
"The Dark Side cocktail was created by Washington, D.C., bartender Adam Bernbach at now-closed Bar Pilar. It features gin and Barolo chinato, an aromatized wine similar to vermouth that includes quinine bark, the same ingredient found in tonic that gives tonic a bitter edge. Peychaud’s bitters brings it all home with its trademark hint of anise." Liquor.com