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Grappa bianca Di Chianti Classico

Castello Monterinaldi

The White Chianti Classico Grappa is produced in limited quantities. A distillate of excellence that Monterinaldi produces in their castle in the heart of Chianti, through centuries-old craft techniques guarded by secrets. Only the best grapes are...


Grappa di Prosecco

Distilleria Cima da Conegliano

Distilled purely from the pomace of Prosecco grapes and harvested between Conegliano and Valdobbiadene, this white Prosecco Grappa from the Cima da Conegliano, is created. Transparent and strong, this grappa keeps its original dry taste and...


Grappa di visciole

Fuori Porta

From cherry skins used for cherry wine making, comes the clear spirit of the Podere Casella Musighin. Packed by hand (the label on the back is also written by hand), this sour cherry brandy is distinguished from the other spirits in northern Italy...


Grappa Riserva Di Chianti Classico

Castello Monterinaldi

Chianti Classico Grappa is made from Sangiovese grapes, which are grown and vinified in Tuscany, aged in oak barrels for a period of no less than 18 months. After ageing, the colour of this Chianti Grappa Riserva softens and becomes amber in...


La Vecia Grappa Bastarda

Distilleria Cima da Conegliano

From the Trevisan mixture of Prosecco, Manzoni, Verdisio, Merlot, Cabernet and Marzemino pomace, the Vecia Cima da Conegliano Grappa is born. 45 degrees of crystal clear and fragrant grappa, the taste is dry thanks to the skillful blend of six...



"If the wine is the poetry of the earth, grappa is its soul “, wrote Mario Soldati to present the Italian product par excellence: Grappa, marc distillate of the remaining portion of the pressing of wine grapes, whose paternity belongs exclusively to Italy. Italians have succeeded after several attempts of others, to extract the alcohol from a solid raw material, otherwise destined to be scattered in the fields as natural fertilizer. All Italian grappa tell the story of Italian craftsmanship and oenology.