Grappa di Amarone affinata in Barrique

Distilleria Franceschini

This grappa results from the distillation of pomace coming from the pressing of the grapes passite. The renowned wine is obtained Amarone della Valpolicella and distilled with Il traditional discontinuous alembic from Franceschini distillery with a story that begins in the seventies of the last century.

€35,40
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  • Type: Grappa
  • Grapes: Amarone della Valpolicella.
  • Alcohol: 40%
  • Region: Veneto
  • Taste: Vanilla flavor with notes of wood and nougat
  • Colors: Intense gold
  • Aging: In barriques
  • Bottle size: 700 ml
  • Serving temperature: 12°-14° C

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Region

Veneto

To the natural and artistic beauties, Veneto also adds those of the food and wine tradition. From the sea to the mountains, the landscapes of Veneto are indissolubly linked to food products. In Veneto, everything is about taste, smells and flavours. There is a world of typical products waiting for you on the tables of this region. Thirty-six of these marked PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) and PGI (Protected Geographical Indication), and another dozen are about to receive these prestigious European awards.

Producer

Distilleria Franceschini

The history of this distillery began in the seventies of the last century. The geographical location is significant because it is the same as the classic production area of Bardolino. The production is part of a particular centuries-old viticultural context. It is characterized by the winemaking process and the production of grappa - a traditional product spread during the Renaissance period with the Republic of the Republic Venice.