Why I suggest Zero anni Acquavite di Vino Arzente
Arzente is the acronym of cognac in French, an italianized term from d'annunzio to give a name to the brandy wine. Zero years brandy to the wine Arzente young, lively and clear, not aged, distillate, presents itself to its taster, as the freshness in the person of a charm for the view, thanks to a typical shine of the diamond. A poem of flavors and aromas of our Beautiful Country, trapped in herbs, flowers and fruits that grow in close proximity from the bunches of grapes rich of essences ready to pour in the wines and spirits.
FRAGRANCES: bouquet of white flowers, hawthorn and jasmine; herbal and flowery notes.
TASTE: fresh fruit aromas, elegant and harmonious with hints of white pepper.
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.