Antinori Tignanello Grappa
  • Category Grappa
  • Country Italy
  • Region Tuscany
  • Distillery Tignanello
  • Style Grappa
  • Alcohol 42%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • spicy
  • fruit
  • plums
  • bread
  • oily
  • floral
  • waxy
  • grape
  • raisin

Antinori

Tignanello Grappa (0.5l, 42%)
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During WW2 the Antinori Family hid not people, but their Grappa. Dedizione!
 
Tignanello Grappa is the product of a family that has been involved in the production of wine for over six centuries – since 1385, when Giovanni di Piero Antinori entered the Winemaker's Guild of the city of Florence. Nowadays the distillation is run by Marquis Piero Antinori with the assistance of his three daughters.
 
Grappa Tignanello is obtained from the distillation of the marc from the Sangiovese and Cabernet grapes growing in the Tignanello vineyard. After pressing the pomace (from which the Grappa is made) it is immediately taken to the distillery in order to remain rich with aromatic characteristics.
 
  • Category Grappa
  • Country Italy
  • Region Tuscany
  • Distillery Tignanello
  • Style Grappa
  • Alcohol 42%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
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  • spicy
  • fruit
  • plums
  • bread
  • oily
  • floral
  • waxy
  • grape
  • raisin
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
100 kg of moist, fresh pomace produces about 9 to 10 liters of Grappa.
Italians add Grappa to espresso coffee to create a caffè corretto, meaning "corrected coffee". Incredibile.
Italian law requires winemakers to sell their pomace to Grappa makers; this is a measure that was taken to discourage moonshine operators from producing their own juice. Sfortunatamente.
Italian law requires winemakers to sell their pomace to grappa makers as a measure to battle moonshine operations. They say it works. Sfortunatamente!
100 kg of moist, fresh pomace produces about 9 to 10 liters of Grappa.
Grappa can help digestion, so it's perfect after meals.
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
100 kg of moist, fresh pomace produces about 9 to 10 liters of Grappa.
Italians add Grappa to espresso coffee to create a caffè corretto, meaning "corrected coffee". Incredibile.
Italian law requires winemakers to sell their pomace to Grappa makers; this is a measure that was taken to discourage moonshine operators from producing their own juice. Sfortunatamente.
Italian law requires winemakers to sell their pomace to grappa makers as a measure to battle moonshine operations. They say it works. Sfortunatamente!
100 kg of moist, fresh pomace produces about 9 to 10 liters of Grappa.
Grappa can help digestion, so it's perfect after meals.
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