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Roner AG Brennereien

Josef-von-Zallingerstr. 44, 39040 Tramin a.d. Weinstraße
Italy
Telephone +39 0471 864000
Fax +39 0471 846090
info@roner.com

Hall map

ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 7): stand C38

Fairground map

ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 7

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Spirits
  • 03.04  Gin

Gin

Our products

Product category: Fruit spirits

Waldhimbeerbrand Privat

Wild raspberry spirit
Aroma: Fruity
Flavour: Round, Full-bodied
Organoleptic description: raspberries
Reccomended with:: Dark chocolate
Occasion: For meditation, Gift idea
Content: 0,50 l
Alcohol content: 40 % vol
Ageing: 1 year in stainless steel vessels
Service temperature: 5°C

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Product category: Fruit spirits

Raritas Brombeere - Blackberry

Blackberry schnapps produced by maceration and distillation
Aroma: Fruity
Flavour: Clean, Delicate
Organoleptic description: blackberry
Reccomended with:: milk chocolate
Occasion: For meditation, Gift idea
Content: 0,50 l
Alcohol content: 40 % vol
Ageing: 1 year in stainless steel vessels
Service temperature: 5°C

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Product category: Fruit spirits

Privat Marille - Apricot

Apricot schnapps
Aroma: Fruity
Flavour: Medium
Organoleptic description: apricots, marzipan
Reccomended with:: Soft cheeses, desserts
Occasion: For meditation, Gift idea
Content: 0,50 l
Alcohol content: 40 % vol
Ageing: 1 year in stainless steel vessels
Service temperature: 5°C

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About us

Company details

70 Years of passion for flavor

It was 1946 when Gottfried Roner set up his first still in the family home and started distilling spirits. After early successes producing grappa, Gottfried, who was enthusiastic about his country and its fruits, decided to expand his operations. By macerating roots and berries from the surrounding forests, as was already the custom, he began to make time-honored products such as gentian, juniper and blueberry liqueur. These products are still among the most popular produced by our distillery today.

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