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Grappa Alexander Platinum, Bottega (Italy)

Grappa Alexander Platinum

Bottega (Italy)

Pomace of Amarone and Recioto (Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara)
Grappa Grappa Score:

Veneto This grappa is colorless, limpid and crystalline. The nose reveals intense, clean and pleasing aromas of walnut, banana, pear, plum, broom, raspberry, black cherry, hay, hazelnut, lavender and white melon with almost imperceptible alcohol pungency. In the mouth is intense with immediate perception of alcohol even though tends to dissolve rapidly, well balanced sweet hint. The finish is persistent with flavors of walnut, pear and hazelnut. A well made grappa distilled in steam operated alembics.

Alcohol: 60% 14 °C
(57 °F)

Issue 27, February 2005

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