Pomace, the grape skins, pulp seeds, and stems left behind from the making of wine, are the essential elements Grappa is made from. The pomace is pressed again, then the juice fermented and distilled into a spirit that at its best is the aromatic, transparent soul of the grape. The nature of the grape is important, Grappas are not blended as are cognacs and armagnacs.
Grappa is powerful and strong, and often direct and evocative, where the taste of the grappa takes precedence over the aroma. Appropriate to drink ath the end of a meal either on its own or as an Italian often does "Caffe Corretto” an espresso with Grappa.
Distercoop is a consortium of cooperative and private distilleries with its headquarters at Faenza in Romagna, and which has at its disposal the most up-to-date plant available for spirits production. It was the first Italian company in the sector to obtain the ISO 9002 quality certification.
This grappa is made from selected fresh pomace of Chardonnay grapes, distilled after fermentation in copper stills. Clear and bright, this grappa has a fresh and fragant perfume of almond flowers, with just a hint of musk.
On the palate, it is soft, fine and well-balanced, with elegant notes of green apples and a long finish. Serve at 8-10ºC