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GRAPPA BIANCA Quaranta

Talenti Bianca

This Young Grappa is obtained from the distillation of a blend of white grape pomaces from the Tocai, Prosecco and Garganega varieties grown on the Berico Hills and in the Valdobbiadene area of the Veneto region.

 


Distilled according to a traditional method, the taste of Grappa Bianca Quaranta is extremely harmonious and delicate. The cleanliness of its aromas and the sincerity of its flavor are apparent upon tasting.

 


It pairs well with soft cheese and is great after a lunch or a light dinner.
40 Alc – 700 ml Bordolese bottle. Available packaging

Classification
Young Grappa

 

Ingredients
This grappa is obtained from the distillation of a blend of white grape pomaces from the Tocai, Prosecco and Garganega varieties grown on the Berico Hills and in the Valdobbiadene area (Veneto region).

 

 

Distillazione artigianale

Da sempre la Distilleria FRATELLI BRUNELLO utilizza un impianto discontinuo a vapore diretto, tra i pochi ancora in attività, condotto a bassa pressione e bassa temperatura. E’ composto da 4 caldaiette rigorosamente in rame, come vuole la tradizione.

Il ciclo di distillazione è molto lento e prevede la lavorazione di piccoli lotti di vinaccia (cotta) la cui durata è di circa un’ora e mezza.

 

 

Maturation
After distillation, the grappa is stored in inert stainless steel tanks for at least 6 months. During this time, the taste rounds up and the grappa takes on a softer and more delicate fragrance.

 

 

Tasting
Grappa Bianca Quaranta is extremely harmonious and delicate. The cleanliness of its aromas and the sincerity of its flavor are apparent upon tasting. It has a light note of acacia and linden flowers.

 

 

Serving and pairing
It should be served between 10° and 15° C in a small tulip-shaped glass. It pairs well with soft mild cheese and apricot jam. Great after a lunch or a light dinner.

 

 

Alcohol content and packaging
40 Alc. – 700 ml Bordolese bottle. Available packaging.