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Luigi Francoli Grappa Nebbiolo (375ML half-bottle)  Front Bottle Shot

    Luigi Francoli Grappa Nebbiolo (375ML half-bottle)

    Grappa from Italy
      375ML / 42% ABV
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      375ML / 42% ABV

      Distiller Notes

      Golden yellow, bright and transparent. The nose has hints of hazelnuts, straw, and vanilla. The palate has notes of mushrooms, raisins, black berries, and fine dark chocolate. Perfectly balanced with a very elegant finish.

      Goes well with chocolate and chocolate desserts after dinner. Also complements white or vanilla cake.

      Proof: 84

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      The Francoli family has its heritage traced back to 1875 by Luigi Guglielmo and has specialized in grappa for the subsequent 5 generations. The modern distillery was founded in 1951 by Luigi Francoli and his four younger brothers: Franco, Augusto, Giuseppe and Giovanni. All together, they built a brand that they regard as one of the most illustrious of Italian grappas. Today, they produce a wide range of grappas in Ghemme, Piedmont. Luigi Francoli Grappa is renowned for being one of the smoothest Grappas produced in Italy.

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      First produced in the northern Italian town of Bassano del Grappa, Grappa is a type of Brandy made by distilling the pressed skins, stems, seeds and pulp of grapes (collectively called pomace), left over from the winemaking process. They range in alcoholicity from 35% to 60% and are most often clear and unaged. However, the interpretations aged in casks, which can be made from a variety of different woods, take on different flavor expressions and appear darker in color.

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