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  Grappa di Dolcetto d'Alba, Mossio (Italy)

Grappa di Dolcetto d'Alba

Mossio (Italy)

(Distiller: Distilleria Montanaro)
Pomace of Dolcetto
Grappa Grappa Score: ✧✧✧✧

Limpid and crystalline with a very pale straw yellow color.

Intense, clean, pleasing and refined with aromas of cherry, raspberry. plum, violet, hazelnut, licorice and almond with almost imperceptible alcohol pungency.

Intense flavors with perceptible alcohol pungency which tends to rapidly dissolve, pleasing roundness, balanced sweetness.

Persistent finish with flavors of cherry, raspberry and plum.

Distilled with a steam operated batch alembic still.

Alcohol: 43% 15 °C
(59 °F)

August 2015

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