Grappa Nonino, Monovitigno "Il Prosecco Riserva" in barriques, 0.7 L
Reviews of purchase Nonino, Monovitigno "Il Prosecco Riserva" in barriques, 0.7 L
Grappa amber color with golden reflections.
Taste soft grappa, with beautiful floral tones and notes of almond and green apple, supported by light nuances of vanilla and chocolate.
Grappa has a floral aroma.
Grappa is a great digestif, is also ideal in combination with all desserts with cream, ice cream or fruit salad, foie gras, dark chocolate or sweets.
Several Grappa spoons can be added to improve the flavor of a risotto when cooking meat (in the middle of cooking).
"Il Prosecco Riserva" in barriques - soft, elegant grappa created from the pomace of Prosecco grape. Fermentation is performed in vacuum Grappa stainless steel vats at a controlled temperature. Next followed by distillation is very slow to volatile components preserved precious organoleptic characteristics. Aged grappa at least 18 months in oak barrels.
Grappa "Riserva Il Prosecco" is recommended to be served at room temperature in a large glass goblet type balloon. Before use, grappa should be allowed to rest in the glass for a few minutes: aeration will improve the aroma of grappa and will harmoniously open flowers.
Nonino family knows the art of distillation since 1897. Quality, innovation, research, professionalism and love for work - their distinctive features. The founder of the distillery is Orazio Nonino, whose traditions have continued Luigi, Antonio, Benito with Dzhannoloy, Christina, Antonella and Elisabetta.
In 1973, Benito and Dzhannola Nonino revolutionized the production of grappa and positioning not only in Italy but throughout the world. They created odnosortovuyu Monovitign grappa by distilling grape pomace Picolit. The success was so great that most Italian and foreign distillers were forced to follow the pattern Nonino.
In 1977 was established literary prize Nonino. Awarding takes place in January of each year, on it there are representatives of culture and industry professionals, the jury is attended by famous people, some of whom are Nobel Prize winner.
1984 was a turning point for Benito and Dzhannoly continuously conducts research in the field of distillation. By distillation of whole grapes was created distillate ÙE®. By special request of representatives Nonino they receive Ministerial approval for the production of grape distillate (Decree 10/20/84). In December of the same year, a precious collection of products Nonino starts bottled by well-known companies - Baccarat, Riedel and Venini.
After many years of research conducted with honey - a product which in ancient times was considered a miracle of nature, in 2000 Benito Dzhannola, Christina, Antonella and Elisabetta Nonino presented Gioiello® - distillate created from natural honey. In 2002, the family Nonino Prize is awarded "Wine Oscars" awarded by the Italian Sommelier Asootsiatsiey. This prize was awarded for outstanding work Nonino to improve the true Italian beverage, as well as for high quality, research and experimentation. In 2003, Benito and Dzhannola awarded the prestigious Leonardo Prize for Italian Quality, in December of that year, The New York Times publishes an article about the Nonino family in honor of the 30th anniversary of the creation of Monovitigno®. In 2004, celebrated the 20th anniversary of the establishment of grape distillate Nonino family first produced in 1984. In 2009, the prize was awarded Dzhannola International Eve Prize 2009 "Entrepreneur of the Year."
Nonino distillery respects tradition and skill, the family personally follow each step in the process of distillation that guarantees the highest quality. Today, in the cellars of the distillery is located about one and a half thousand small barrels guarding precious distillates. Barrels are made of different wood: Nevers, Limousin, Gresin and barrels of sherry made from acacia, oak and cherry.
Top quality products, stylish packaging, a unique range of rich family values, innovation and research - these are the main principles of a successful business family Nonino.