Dellavalle, "Villa Isa" Grappa Moscato, affinata in carati di rovere, 700 ml
- Volume: 700 ml
Grappa golden-yellow color.
We grappa pleasant, soft, well-balanced, harmonious taste.
Grappa disclosed original flavor characteristic of Muscat grapes.
Grappa suited as a digestif, and make excellent company desserts and coffee.
"Villa Isa" Grappa Moscato - first class grappa with a soft, pleasant taste and original, spicy aroma. In the production line of grappa "Villa Isa" only the best grapes. For Grappa Moscato pomace Muscat grapes by the traditional method of distillation is held in a special apparatus - alambikah. Passing steaming, the resulting product is placed in oak barrels from the Slovenian or French oak. Excerpt of a few years, during which grappa acquires its unique aroma and taste.
Grappa - a strong Italian drink made from grape pomace. Drink got its name in 1876 from Mount Grappa, but officially became so called only in 1997, after the publication of the relevant law in Italy. There are several varieties of grappa. Young - colorless, white, unable to stand, placed in the bottle immediately after distillation. Grappa "affinata", - aged in oak barrels for a while. If the period of exposure was the year that the drink is called "vecchia". At shutter speeds of more than 18 months grappa is called "stravecchia". Young grappa is served chilled, but sustained - at room temperature, to feel all the taste and aroma of this noble drink.
Distillery Dellavalle is located in the famous Italian wine region of Piedmont. The company was founded in 1983 by a professional oenologist Roberto Dellavalle. Roberto managed to combine ancient methods of production of grappa and modern achievements. Using only first-class raw materials, Dellavalle grappa produces excellent quality, won the hearts of fans and professionals. Roberto has developed a proprietary technology that ensures gentle treatment of the distillate, and certain methods of aging of grappa in different types of wood give the flavor of the drink individual characteristics.