Grape type: Fresh marc of schiava, merlot and lagrein, acacia honey
Appearance: Pale yellow
Aromatic profile: Soft flavouring.
Taste: Persistent, slightly alcoholic, great balance between the destillate and the acacia honey.
Alcoholic strength: 40% Vol.
Notes: Honey is known and appreciated for its invigorating and reinforcing characteristics. The honey is left to infuse cold in fresh grappa for about 30 days. This process gives the grappa its excellent, organoleptic features. Due to the honey, this grappa is characterised by a slightly sweet taste.
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Woodruff is a plant growing in the underwood, on an altitude of 600-700 m and is partularly appreciated for its digestive properties. The plant is generally harvested in May and afterwards left to infusion with fresh grappa and bottled with a branch of fresh woodruff. This grappa is further characterised by a fine and fresh herbal taste