• Category Grappa
  • Country Italy
  • Distillery Nonino
  • Alcohol 50%
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  • grape
  • fruit
  • dark chocolate
  • fragrant
  • herbs
  • floral
  • orange
  • baked bread
  • blueberry

Nonino

Grappa Cru Monovitigno - Picolit (0.5l, 50%)
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  • Category Grappa
  • Country Italy
  • Distillery Nonino
  • Alcohol 50%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
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  • grape
  • fruit
  • dark chocolate
  • fragrant
  • herbs
  • floral
  • orange
  • baked bread
  • blueberry
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Character Dogson
Grappa is grape-based pomace Brandy of Italian origin. Fermentation and distillation must occur on the pomace (“the leftovers” of winemaking); no added water is allowed.
Grappa is usually very high proof, above 40%, and has a somewhat justified reputation as firewater because, you know, it’s really alcoholic.
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.
Italians add Grappa to espresso coffee to create a caffè corretto, meaning "corrected coffee". Incredibile.
100 kg of moist, fresh pomace produces about 9 to 10 liters of Grappa.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Grappa is grape-based pomace Brandy of Italian origin. Fermentation and distillation must occur on the pomace (“the leftovers” of winemaking); no added water is allowed.
Grappa is usually very high proof, above 40%, and has a somewhat justified reputation as firewater because, you know, it’s really alcoholic.
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.
Italians add Grappa to espresso coffee to create a caffè corretto, meaning "corrected coffee". Incredibile.
100 kg of moist, fresh pomace produces about 9 to 10 liters of Grappa.
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