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Grappa di Barbera, Sibona (Italy)

Grappa di Barbera

Sibona (Italy)

Pomace of Barbera d'Asti and Barbera d'Alba
Grappa Grappa Score: Brandy That Excels in Its Category

Piedmont This grappa shows a pale golden yellow color, limpid and crystalline. The nose denotes intense, clean and pleasing aromas of vanilla, violet, caramel, plum, licorice, raspberry, blueberry, apple and hazelnut, almost imperceptible alcohol pungency. In the mouth is agreeable and intense with alcohol pungency which tends to dissolve rapidly, balanced sweetness, agreeable. The finish is persistent with flavors of caramel, plum and licorice. A well made grappa produced with discontinuous method in steam operated alembic stills and aged in small barrels.

Alcohol: 44% 18 °C
(64 °F)

Issue 26, January 2005

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