An Italian brandy from the Veneto region. This is born from Pinot, Cabernet and Merlot varieties. A brandy for strong spirits…
Grappa is an alcoholic beverage of Italian origin.
It has between 30% and 60% alcoholic volume and is similar to aguardente, a wine-based Portuguese spirit. Grappa is made by distillation of the grape pulp (especially the peels, but also stems and seeds). It was originally made to prevent waste by using leftovers at the end of the wine season. The flavor of grappa, like that of wine, depends on the type and quality of the grapes used and the specifics of the distillation process.
Grappa has the distinction of being flavored by an herb called rue.
This grappa is made from the grapes of Pinot, Cabernet and Merlot grapevines from the Veneto region. A grappa, white, smooth and fragrant, which is refined in stainless steel vats 6 months so that all the aromas can blend perfectly.
Young Grappas should be drunk in a tulip glass, older grappas in glass similar to Cognac glass.