Because the council grappa of Amarone Barrique Oak
Produced from the pomace of redgrapes and raisins of Molinara, Corvina and Rondinella grapes, which give rise to the Amarone from Valpolicella, select affinity-geology-climate-plant and manufacturing of the skins where grapes and fruit assimilate the special features of the olfactory and organoleptic and after being pressed, are distilled in a discontinuous still with steam experience from the master distiller Alexander Cavalin, creating a grappa that is crystal clear, color ambradal stronger scent and flavor. Subsequently it is left to rest long in oak barrels and extract from the wood a natural color, and a character full-bodied, elegant.
Alcohol: 40% vol
TYPE: Grappa aged in barrique;
BOUQUET: Elegant and intense;
TASTE: balanced and soft with notes of vanilla.
Serve at a temperature of 10-12°C in the chalice Tulip small.
Distillery: Distilleries in the Old Village represent the apex of the Grappas from the trentino region in which Valerio Cavalin is the master distiller and has made of the distillate that its mission is to... Go to the card.