Grappa del Bardolino Lonardi

Grappa is an alcoholic beverage made from the squished skins, seeds and stems (the pomace) left over after grapes have been pressed to make wine. Grappa is the Italian name. In France, it is called eau-de-vie de marc or simply marc. Some grappa is also produced in California, where it is called grappa.
Initially, grappa was made as an effort to use every speck of the grape, and was especially important as a source of income in years of bad harvest. It has evolved, however, into something a lot more sophisticated than simple leftovers. In Italy, there are varietal grappas, made from the skins of a single variety of grapes. Particularly fine grappas are matured in oak barrels, which gives them a light brown color. Otherwise it is clear. It is extremely potent.

Obtained from the best marc produced and selected by the yard.