Micaela Pallini is the new president of Federvini

Micaela Pallini, President and CEO of Pallini has been appointed President of FEDERVINI (Italian Federation of Industrial Producers, Exporters and Importers of Wines, Sparkling Wines, Spirits, Syrups, Vinegar)

The Italian Federation of Industrial Producers, Exporters and Importers of Wines, Spirits, Syrups, Vinegar – FEDERVINI – was founded in 1917 and its members are entrepreneurs in different sectors of alcoholic beverages, excluding beer, and as in the vinegar, syrup and grape juice. Federvini is a founding member of Federalimentare, the Federation of national associations of the food sector, and as such is part of Confindustria, the Confederation of Italian Industry. Purposes of the Federation are to protect the interests of the class and assistance in all institutional, national, European and international standards.

Micaela, represents the fifth generation of a family business where she joined immediately after obtaining her PhD in Chemical Sciences at the University of Tor Vergata.

Pallini is one of Italy’s oldest and most important companies in the drink industry.

The company is mostly known in Italy for Mistrà and the fruit syrups. Established in 1875 from Nicola Pallini in Antrodoco, a small village in the center of Italy, it moved to Rome in the 1920’s where it still has its production site. and where is now the only existing distillery. Among all its products, Mistrà, a dry anise liqueur, soon became known as an unbeatable way to “lace” espresso coffee.

Nowadays Pallini exports its product in over 35 countries worldwide and it is leader with its Limoncello Pallini in the Duty Free segment and in the US market. Pallini produces also Sambuca 313, a wide range of liqueurs for professional and domestic pastry cooking, and imports a vast assortments of specialty products from all over the world .

She is the proud mother of Lorenzo 13 and Luca 10.




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