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Grappa Weissburgunder Invecchiata, Roner (Italy)

Grappa Weissburgunder Invecchiata

Roner (Italy)

Alto Adige
Pomace of Pinot Blanc
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Alto Adige
Brilliant amber yellow, limpid and transparent.

Intense, clean, pleasing and refined with aromas of apple, honey, vanilla, hazelnut, dried fig, orange peel candied fruits and praline, with pretty perceptible alcohol pungency.

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

Persistent finish with flavors of apple, honey and praline.

Double distillation in bain-marie alembic still. 12 months in oak and cherry barrique.

Alcohol: 40% 18 °C
(64 °F)

June 2019

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