The colourless Avignonesi Grappa di Vino Nobile has an intense fragrance of flowers and fruit. Its complex and persistent bouquet hints at violets and pansies, liquorice and tobacco. It has an excellent balance between smoothness and alcohol, leading to a pleasant and persuasive finish.

Technical sheet

Grapes Fermented marc of Sangiovese from the production of Vino Nobile di Montepulciano
Distillation process Discontinuous cycle, using an artisanal, stream-run distillation machine. At the end of each distillation process, the head and tail (first and last part of the new grappa) are removed by hand, to obtain a well balanced, high quality product.
Distillation period Within 48 hours following the racking of the wine. The length of the process depends on the characteristics of the marc.
Ageing 1 year in stainless steel tanks
Refinement in the bottle 6 months minimum
Alcohol 42%
Serving temperature Room temperature
Tech sheets




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