Grappa is now a protected name in the European Union and strict criterias are imposed in order for an alchoolic drink to be called grappa: it has to be produced in Italy, from pomace, fermentation and distilation must occur on the pomace -no added water.
|Grapes:||Cabernet Sauvignon (100%)|
|Distillation:||Grappa is made by steam distillation of the skins, pulp, seeds and stems left over from winemaking after pressing the grapes, achieved with the classic double distillation method|
|Aroma:||Intense bouquet with strong fruit hints|
|Taste:||Dry, intense aroma and distinctive, strong flavor, fruity|
|Serving Suggestions:||To be served chilled in small glasses and served after the meal. Ideal as digestive.|
|Closure:||Synthetic cork with vacuum package|
|Packaging:||Cardboard box of 6 bottles|