Waste not, want not. That's the Italian thinking behind Grappa, at least.

It's made from distilling all of the solid matter left over from Wine making, including stems, seeds and grape skins.

Grappa is usually very high proof, above 40%, and has a somewhat justified reputation as firewater because of it.

While it hails from Italy, Grappa is also made in the U.S.

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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.