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Acqua dei Messapi, Taurì (Italy)

Acqua dei Messapi

Taurì (Italy)

(Distiller: Distilleria Astigiana)
Pomace of Negroamaro
Grappa Grappa Score: Brandy That Excels in Its Category

Lombardy This grappa is colorless, limpid and crystalline. The nose reveals intense, clean and pleasing aromas of hazelnut, blueberry, raspberry and caper with alcohol pungency pretty perceivable. The taste is agreeable and intense with well balanced sweetness, perceptible alcohol although not excessively pungent, intense flavors, good roundness. The finish is intense and persistent with a pleasing sweet hint and flavors of raspberry and hazelnut. This grappa is produced with the pomace of Taurino's Patriglione wine.

Alcohol: 42% 13 °C
(55 °F)

Issue 21, Summer 2004

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