Why I suggest Grappa Reserve 18.46 Barbera & Dolcetto
1846, the year in which the grapperia Home Mazzetti proposes a distillate reserve, noble and aristocratic, after 18 months elapse before the extraction from the barrels of the Reserve provieniti from the battery aging number 46. Coincidences numeric characterize this fine Distillate obtained from the pomace of Barbera and Dolcetto blended to create a blend of perfect suspension all to enjoy, including profiles of the dry and aromatic.
TYPE:long aging in oak barrels.
SCENT: intense and soft, with fruity notes with scents of almond, red berries and hints of tobacco.
TASTE: decided and persistent.
Serve at a temperature of 10-12°C in the chalice Tulip small.
Distillery: 1846, Filippo Mazzetti in the heart of Monferrato, Montemagno, founded the first distillery for the production of Grappa from the pomace of grapes. In those times considered to be a by-product of the production process of the wine... Go to the card.