Grappa with Nero d'Avola from Sicily

A grappa made with Nero d'Avola from Sicily. From a Sicilian vine of noble tradition, a barricaded grape distillate which, together with the aging in oak barrels for a period of 36 months, gives transparency and a brilliant colour. Organoleptic characteristics: Color and appearance - Amber and bright. Smell - Notes of persistent smoke and must. Taste - Decisive, full-bodied and refined. Curiosity - Serving temperature 15 ° C. Pairings: ideal to conclude the meal, its smoky taste it goes well with dry desserts. Recommended glass: Ballon

Nero d'Avola from Sicily

Nero d'Avola, or Calabrese, is a Sicilian black grape variety. Originally from the Syracusan districts of Noto and Pachino, it is produced in particular in the provinces of Agrigento, Trapani and Palermo, but also in Caltanissetta, Syracuse, Ragusa, boasting about 15,000 hectares of total area.