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Grappa

Grappa is an alcoholic beverage, a fragrant, grape-based pomace brandy of Italian origin that contains 35%–60% alcohol by volume (70 to 120 US proof). It is similar to Spanish orujo, French marc, Georgian chacha, Portuguese bagaceira, Greek tsipouro,...

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Grappa Julia Invecchiata
Grappa Julia Invecchiata
Grappa Julia Invecchiata is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol content ...
€18,34 €15,16
Unit price: €21,66 / Liter
 
Grappa Regadin Di Moscato
Grappa Regadin Di Moscato
Grappa Regadin Di Moscato is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol content...
€20,16 €16,66
Unit price: €23,80 / Liter
 
Grappa Bianca Castello
Grappa Bianca Castello
Grappa Bianca Castello is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol content of...
€14,40 €11,90
Unit price: €17,00 / Liter
 
Grappa Julia Superiore
Grappa Julia Superiore
Grappa Julia Superiore is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol content of...
€17,93 €14,82
Unit price: €21,18 / Liter
 
Grappa Regadin Chardonnay
Grappa Regadin Chardonnay
Grappa Regadin Chardonnay is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol content...
€19,66 €16,25
Unit price: €23,22 / Liter
 
Antinori Antinori Pian delle Vigne Grappa Riserva 500ml Gift box
Antinori
Antinori Pian delle Vigne Grappa Riserva 500ml Gift box
Antinori Pian dele Vigne Grappa Riserva 50 cl Gift Box Free Shipping Insurance
€45,26 €37,41
Unit price: €90,51 / Liter
 
Nuevas Rias Orujo
Nuevas Rias Orujo
Nuevas Rias Orujo is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol content of 42 %...
€14,39 €11,89
Unit price: €20,56 / Liter
 
Nonino Nonino Grappa Lo Chardonnay 700ml Gift box
Nonino
Nonino Grappa Lo Chardonnay 700ml Gift box
Nonino Grappa Chardonnay Italy. Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes after this Grap...
€42,93 €35,48
Unit price: €50,69 / Liter
 
Grappa Regadin Pinot Grigio
Grappa Regadin Pinot Grigio
Grappa Regadin Pinot Grigio is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol conte...
€19,66 €16,25
Unit price: €23,22 / Liter
 
Grappa Regadin Di Cabernet
Grappa Regadin Di Cabernet
Grappa Regadin Di Cabernet is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol conten...
€19,66 €16,25
Unit price: €23,22 / Liter
 
Nonino Nonino Grappa Il Merlot 700ml Gift box
Nonino
Nonino Grappa Il Merlot 700ml Gift box
Nonino Grappa Merlot Italy. Made from 100% Merlot grapes after this Grappa 6 to ...
€42,52 €35,14
Unit price: €50,21 / Liter
 
Grappa Regadin Di Prosecco
Grappa Regadin Di Prosecco
Grappa Regadin Di Prosecco is very nice Grappa from Italy with an alcohol conten...
€19,66 €16,25
Unit price: €23,22 / Liter
 
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Grappa

Grappa

What is grappa?
Grappa is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from the skins, seeds, and stems of grapes. It is typically clear in color and has a strong, grape-flavored taste. Grappa is typically made in Italy and is often served as an after-dinner drink.

The word "grappa" comes from the Italian word for grape stem, "graspa." Grappa is usually made from the pomace left over from winemaking. The pomace is fermented and then distilled to produce grappa.

Grappa can be made from any type of grape, but most commonly it is made from white grapes. The best grappas are said to be made from Nebbiolo grapes, which are used to make Barolo and Barbaresco wines.

The history of grappa
In Italy, grappa is a tradition that dates back centuries. The first recorded mention of grappa was in the 13th century, but it is likely that the drink was around long before that. Grappa is made from the leftover grape skins and seeds after winemaking. The grape skins and seeds are fermented and then distilled to create a high-proof alcohol.

Grappa has a long history of being associated with peasants and farmers. In the past, it was common for farmers to make their own grappa at home using whatever grapes were left over from making wine. This homemade grappa was often rough and harsh, but it was a cheap way to get drunk. Today, grappa is still considered a rustic drink, but it has come a long way since its humble beginnings.

How to drink grappa
There are a few different ways to drink grappa. The most common way is to drink it neat, which means without adding any water or ice. This can be a bit intense for some people, so if you are new to drinking grappa, you may want to start by adding a little bit of water to it. You can also drink grappa with mixers such as orange juice or soda water.

If you are looking for a more sophisticated way to drink grappa, try pairing it with food. Grappa goes well with salty dishes such as prosciutto or aged cheeses. Grappa is made by distilling grape skins and seeds, or the leftovers of winemaking after pressing. During the process, alcohol evaporates from wine, leaving behind a residue that includes flavor compounds from the skin and seeds of grapes.

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