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Grappa di Sant’Emiliano
Grappa is a product typical of the most important wine making areas within Italy. Named Grappa monovitigno (meaning single varietal), this spirit is produced by steam distillation of grape skins and seeds from a single grape varietal.
After wine fermentation and maceration, the must is separated from its solid components and the skins and seeds of each grape are separately collected in special sealed plastic cans, to be delivered as quickly as possible to the distillery.
Grappa's quality has increased dramatically over the last few years with its world-wide success.
Grappa delivers good sensations and lovely perfumes that remind us of the primary aromas of the grapes. When aged in oak barrels, grappa is even milder and smoother on the palate, leaving a long and warm taste in the mouth.
Drink at the end of a meal, with or after espresso. Try it with blue cheese, a trend that is becoming more and more popular.