Why is grappa aged in wooden barrels?

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"During the ageing process, the distiller becomes a designer. He constructs “made-to-measure” clothes, not to conceal the “body of the grappa” but to enhance its natural beauty, its deportment". Lorenzo Marolo Marolo ages its...

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The grappa from Barolo Bussia is the spirit of the Langhe

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The Grappa di Barolo Bussia is made from the musts of Nebbiolo grapes harvested from the one of the most prestigious Mezioni in the Barolo appellation. Marolo produces two styles of grappa from this vineyard, one that is young and bright, rich in...

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The Little Dictionary of Grappa From A for Acids to H for Heart

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We’ve talked a lot about grappa, about its history, about stills and raw materials and distillation methods. In the next few posts we’d like to offer a reference tool to help readers of our blog to find their way in the complex and fascinating...

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The History Of Marolo, Origins Of A Passion

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In June this year, Marolo will celebrate its 40th anniversary. An adventure that, from the end of the 1970s, has led the Alba distillery to not only distinguish itself by the high quality of its products, but has also forged strong links with the...

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