It is said that the distillation originated between the eighth and sixth centuries BC with the Egyptian people. The Arabs learned this art when they conquered Egypt. This practice continued until the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance the first “Corporation of Acquavitieri” arose in Venice.
Etymology The term “grappa” derives from the German “Schnaps” which literally means “brandy” or “distilled” or more probably from the Piedmontese “rapa” or from the Lombard “grapa”, both dialectal terms referring to the marc.
Color: transparent. Perfume: oak, nutmeg and vanilla. Taste: soft, warm and enveloping.
Obtained from the distillation of grape pomace.
Aging in the bottle
Type of distillation plant
Discontinuous steam flow.
Over ten years.