Transparent in colour, the nose is complex and harmonious, with recognizable notes of Sangiovese. Warm, smooth and full on the palate, with a clear but not aggressive taste of alcohol.
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Wine maker notes
This grappa is produced by distilling the marc left after fermenting our Brunello wine. A quantity of marc is put in the still then heated at increasing temperatures. This frees all the volatile constituents, which are then condensed. The most volatile elements (the head) emerge first and these are discarded, then those with medium volatility (the heart, the good part of the distillate) are released and, last of all, the components that vaporise at higher temperatures (the tail), which are also discarded. Finally, the grappa is cooled and filtered.