Marolo Grappa di Barolo
Marolo // Italy
Marolo Grappa di Barolo is a grappa distilled from the pomace of Nebbiolo, a red wine grape variety grown in the Piedmont region of northern Italy. It is aged for at least 4 years in small oak barrels.
Grappa/MarcEau-de-vie that is distilled from the pomace (seeds, stems, skins) left over from winemaking. Typically only grapes are used, but other fruit is acceptable. Can be aged in wood. No specific length of time required.
"Marolo Grappa di Barolo is a fittingly robust expression of the Nebbiolo grape. This is a bold, rich grappa, with notes of vanilla, baking spices, almond, and oak. Its time in barrel doesn't do too much to mute the spirit; it's still aromatic and lively. Analogized to whiskey, this would be a young and spicy rye. "
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