Grappa Tre Soli Tre, 2002, gift box, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Grappa Tre Soli Tre, 2002, gift box, 0.7 L
Taste Grappa confirming seductive bouquet with hints of black currant, apricot, cherry and vanilla.
The aroma of grappa rich, rounded, combining wonderful deep notes of ripe berries and fruits - black currant, apricot, cherry with hints of cocoa and vanilla.
Grappa is recommended to use as a digestif.
Grappa "Tre Soli Tre" is made from Nebbiolo varieties grown in Barolo. Grappa is distilled in the classical way, by distillation in copper cauldrons working at discontinuous cycle. After distillation, the grappa has been sustained in 225-liter French oak barrels medium roasting for at least seven years. Grappa "Tre Soli Tre 2002" is available in an elegant wooden box, and emphasize the critical importance of this great beverage.
The first plant of the company "Berta Distillery" for the production of grappa was opened in 1947 by Paolo Bert in Nizza Monferrato. His ancestors, like many of the farming families worked in the vineyards and wineries, and his father opened in Milan pharmacy network, where not only sold drugs, but also conducted research in the field of herbal medicine and chemistry, causing invented liqueur with medicinal properties . Later, he even created and bottled basis for some wine-products - Muscat elixir.
Step by step, the plant in Nizza Monferrato becomes known and begins to export its products abroad in special ceramic bottles. Sons Paolo continued his father's work, pay more attention to building a new marketing and advertising policy. Another innovation was the invention of a new revolutionary design for a bottle of grappa, which is still the hallmark of "Berta Distillery", along with the highest quality of produced beverage. Today grappa "Berta Distillery" is imported in more than 60 countries.
From the XV century grappa was simple Italians drink, but years of improvement made it a high-end product, the symbol of Italy, "Italian brandy." Grappa is produced by distilling grape pomace (seeds, peel and pulp) - either immediately after pressing the grapes, or from pomace after the formation of wine. Then grappa is aged in oak barrels.