By Mauro P. (Milano, Italy) on 29 June 2020 :
By Dominic R. (Bovingdon, United Kingdom) on 29 June 2020 :
By elena S. (Milano, Italy) on 29 June 2020 :
These grappas come from vines of noble traditions, the world famouses: “Nero d’Avola”, “Nerello Mascalese”, “Moscato di Pantelleria”. A delicated fermentation process and the distillation in copper alembics, exalt their taste and their intensive aroma.
The grappa has an antique gold hue and is extremely clear; it is distinctly but not excessively sweet on the palate. The bouquet initially delivers typical citrus notes, followed by a superb aromatic array of fresh and candied fruit (citron, peach, apricot and exotic fruit) blended with a subtle aroma of vanilla.
The great aromatic potential of the Zibibbo grapes grown on the volcanic lands of the windy island of Pantelleria is what makes Grappa Morsi di Luce so uninque. It is the fruit of the masterly and careful distillation of the marc in steam pot stills. This grappa captures all the hints and scents rich of the sunny warmth and aromas typical of Zibibbo grapes.
This grappa is obtained from the marcs of Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio, of the vineyard of Serra dell Contessa Etna Red D.O.C. Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio are cultivated on the eastern slopes of Etna at 400 m asl.
Deep golden hue; the aroma is instantly pleasant and appealing; soft on the palate with an aristocratic, persuasive personality. The ageing in barriques has given the grappa an extraordinarily wide array of aromas, revealing notes of dried, toasted, cooked fruit as well as fruit in syrup and even ripe morello cherries, which alternate with notes of honey...
Our Grappa Duca Enrico is the fruit of the marc obtained from the finest Nero d' Avola grapes selected for our "great wine". Our steam pot stills and the slow and controlled distillation have created a unique grappa, which, after aging in small, fine oak casks, embodies the essence and strong character of Sicily and the rich hints of the best Nero d'Avola...
Harmonium Grappa riserva is a blend of acquavite of different vintages, distilled over a maximum period of 5 years and aged in barrels of limousine oak, beech, chestnut, mulberry and cherry. Each type of wood contributes to a specific characterization of absolute authenticity and craftsmanship.