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- To be called Grappa Bianca or Grappa, the following 3 criteria must be met. Firstly, it must be produced in Italy or the Italian part of Switzerland. Secondly, it is made from pomace (solid part of grapes). Lastly, while no water is added, fermentation and distillation must occur on the pomace.
- In Italy, Grappa is primarly used as a “digestive” to aid in the digestion of heavy meals, thus it is also known as an after dinner drink. For coffee lovers, Grappa can be added to espresso coffee to make caffecorretto.
- Grappa is clear which is indictive of an un-aged distillate. However, some may preserve very faint pigments of the pomace
- 38% Alcohol and 700ml