A no-tag transparent bottle underlines the pure essence of his liquors. It is absolute minimalism, nothing more than the essential. The bindello, a seal wrapped in wax, is on the cap and has the identity card of the product handwritten with type, year, liters produced, progressive numbers of the bottles. Two twines hold the cap straight from the sides: to open the bottle you have to fairly cut the twines and save the cap integrity. Only then you can taste the liquor.
Vittorio Capovilla had been looking forward to finding the perfect knife for this operation for years. As soon as he met Michele Massaro, he realized that he had found his man. Capo decided that the Spelucchino, a paring-knife Michele first made for his mother’s daily kitchen routine, was the most appropriate tool for this job. The Spelucchino Capovilla is a limited edition that Vittorio himself donated to the people he thought could be worth of one of his bottles, like an award to recognize who has been close to him during all these years.