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Grappa di Chardonnay, Segnana (Italy)

Grappa di Chardonnay

Segnana (Italy)

Pomace of Chardonnay
Grappa Grappa Score: Brandy That Excels in Its Category

Trentino This grappa shows with no color and crystalline. The nose reveals intense, persistent and elegant aromas of pear, hazelnut, apple, banana, walnut, hay with imperceptible alcohol pungency. The taste is intense, persistent, well balanced and non aggressive alcohol with good correspondence to the nose, round and agreeable. The finish is intense and persistent with hints of sweetness, clean and agreeable, with flavors of pear and banana. This grappa is produced with the pomace used for the production of spumante Ferrari.

Alcohol: 42% 14 °C
(57 °F)

Issue 18, April 2004

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