Grape type: Fresh marc of schiava, merlot and lagrein, nettles.
Appearance: Dark green.
Aromatic profile: Light aroma.
Taste: Persistent, slightly alcoholic, great balance between the excellent destillate and the nettles.
Alcoholic strength: 40% Vol.
Notes: Nettles usually grow right next to rivers or on the edge of forests and is well known for its digestive characteristics. Nettles are harvested in spring and left to infuse cold in fresh grappa for about 45 days. Afterwards the liqueur is bottled with a fresh branch. This liqueur featured a herbaceous, slightly pungent taste.
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.
Liquorice is known for its excellent digestive characteristics. The dried and smashed liquorice roots were left to infuse cold in fresh grappa for about 45 days. The flavour is delicated and perfect to be served cool.
Psenner offers a wide range of superb quality brandies, all of which capture the aromas and flavours of fruit grown in South Tyrol. The mixture of Mediterranean and Alpine climate influences, the alternation of warm, sunny days and cool nights all results in sweet, fragrant fruit that ripens slowly with concentrated aromatic, firm pulp.