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Grappa di Grechetto, Terre de' Trinci (Italy)

Grappa di Grechetto

Terre de' Trinci (Italy)

Umbria
(Distiller: Bonollo)
Pomace of Grechetto
Grappa Grappa Score: Brandy That Excels in Its Category

Umbria This grappa is colorless, limpid and crystalline. The nose denotes intense, clean and pleasing aromas of apple, broom, pear and hazelnut with almost imperceptible alcohol pungency. In the mouth is intense with evident alcohol pungency, good balanced sweet hint, pleasing roundness. The finish is persistent with flavors of apple, pear and hazelnut. This grappa is distilled with discontinuous steam alembic still in copper boilers.

Alcohol: 42% 11 °C
(51 °F)

Issue 30, May 2005


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