Grenci Vincenzo

A very special pipe refinery. Here wood - sourced only from heather roots - is brought into the workshop, and cut to create a proof copy, before being boiled and then placed on the shelf to allow it to dry naturally. But there is no rush: it takes at least ten years before the product is finished. A personal crafting system that guarantees that ‘true connoisseurs can recognise the taste’. Synonymous with quality and experience since 1960.

Grenci Vincenzo

From Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm and from 2 pm to 6 pm
Viale Dante Alighieri, 22, Brognaturo, VV, Italia - +39 0963 74255

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