The history of grappa in 5 dates

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From Miriam sister of Moses to Regulation n. 1576 of the European Council. Here are 5 important dates that formed the unique character of Italy’s national spirit. When and where was grappa first made? Grappa was first discovered by alchemists...

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Grappa after grappa: reduce, stabilize, filter

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What happens once grappa has been distilled? Let’s find out! We have often talked about pomace, alembics, and distillation techniques. Arguments, tools, and production processes that concern phases prior to the creation of grappa: the raw...

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The differences between grappa and whisky

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Actually, whisky does not exist. Or rather, whisky is a generic term: it comes from the Anglicization of the Gaelic-Irish word “uisge beatha” or “uisquebaugh”, which means “water of life”, from the Latin expression “aqua vitae” that...

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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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Grappa Aromatization, The Virtues Of Medicinal Plants

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Hands up those of you who have managed not to catch a cold in this erratic spring season. Temperature swings and unexpected snowfalls have paralyzed Italy from North to South and now that the fine weather seems to be on the doorstep, we find...

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