Grappa Chardonnay di Franciacorta, 500 ml
Reviews of purchase Grappa Chardonnay di Franciacorta, 500 ml
Grappa di Franciacorta Chardonnay because of family secrets distillation has a wonderfully mild flavor, which felt light sweetish notes and nuances of herbs.
Wonderful fragrance opens with fresh notes of herbs and mint.
With its light and delicate flavor grappa is perfect as a digestif, the perfect pair that can make these desserts like cream cakes, sorbet, fruit salad and caramelized fruit. In addition, grappa and blends well with the main dishes, the main lodge it at 8-12 ° C.
Try surprisingly soft Chardonnay grappa di Franciacorta, which is created from selected Chardonnay, harvested at the peak of ripeness. The special charm gives the drink a light sweetness and elegant, fresh fragrance which are interwoven notes of herbs and mint.
Franciacorta Distillery Company was founded in 1901 by Luigi mountaineers and today it is headed by the third generation of the family in the name of Gillian, Antonio and Luigi Highlanders. The vineyards are located in the picturesque hills of Franciacorta region, with particular emphasis in the production of alcoholic beverages is paid to ecological raw materials, so the cultivation of vines, a minimum amount of inorganic fertilizers, pesticides and girbitsidov. The company is constantly evolving, and in 1977 the brothers Highlanders organized a stock company «Distillerie Franciacorta SpA», so were able to enter the world market. Franciacorta today specializes in the production of vodka grappa and liqueurs, which are available in more than fifty countries around the world, including Russia, the USA, Japan and Australia.
The company's philosophy involves high quality products, which does not change over the years by observing a clear balance between the traditional recipes of manufacturing, using the most modern equipment and innovative technologies. Today Franciacorta Distillery - one of the leading brands in the spirits industry and in terms of sales is the second largest manufacturers of Italy.