AMARONE:
This grappa is obtained from pressings (uve passite over wood hurdles), coming from Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella grapes from Valpolicella areas.
It is aged for a longtime in French oak wood and successively refined in small oak barrels from Limousin, France.
Color: amber, very intense.
Perfume: very fruity, with a lot of vanilla
Taste: Fruity, intense, with hints of vanilla, dried grapes and with a touch of spicy cinnamon.

BAROLO:
This grappa is distilled from pressings of Nebbiolo grapes of the most popular vineyards located in the areas of Barolo, Barbaresco and Alba, in Piedmont.
Aged as Amarone in traditional big oak wood casks and then refined in French oak barrels.
Color: amber, a bit lighter than Amarone.
Perfume: tannic, intense with hints of spicy vanilla
Taste: dry, rich with hints of vanilla and dried figs

MOSCATO:
This grappa is distilled from white pressings of Moscato d'Asti, growing in the area of Monferrato and Canelli, Asti.
Traditionally aged first in large oak casks then refined in French oak barrels releasing the perfect blend of vanilla and wood.
Color: intense gold
Perfume: smooth, aromatic, with clear hints of the sweet moscato grapes.
Taste: Aromatic, a perfect blend of vanilla and dried fruits

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