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Nardini Green Label Grappa (375ML half-bottle)  Front Bottle Shot

    Nardini Green Label Grappa (375ML half-bottle)

    Grappa from Italy
      375ML / 40% ABV
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      Nardini's green label grappa is transparent and crystalline in color with pronounced, refreshing aromas. Dry and crisp on the palate, this grappa has a long, clean finish.

      Proof: 80

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      Bortolo Nardini, an ingenious and enterprising man, was an expert in the art of distillation and possessed a unique knowledge of its process, when he descended to Bassano from his native Trentino region, in order to produce and commercialize his "Grappa." In 1779, he founded a distillery in Bassano. This location was a strategic one for its ample water supply and the ease of reaching principal markets by boat. Bortolo Nardini revolutionized Italian distillation, quickly establishing himself as the leading producer of Grappa in Italy. Subsequently, as the distillery was handed down from father to son, each generation made a progressive contribution toward refining the distillation process, allowing the firm to achieve the prestige of which Bortolo Nardini only dreamt.

      Today, Nardini owns two distilleries in the Veneto Region of Italy: one in Bassano del Grappa, in the Vicenza Province and the other in Monastier, in the Treviso Province. Combined, these distill 40,000 metric tons of DOC grape pomace which is wisely blended and carefully selected from the best wineries in the Alpine foothills of the Veneto and Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Today Nardini, with its two distilleries and state-of-the-art manufacturing system, makes grappas and grappa-based liqueurs that that evoke the rich traditions of this region.

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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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