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Cividina Grappa

Bottle Size: 1.00l Item #: 1652136
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Cividina Grappa 1.00l

Cividina Grappa

Tosolini Cividina Grappa is a robust, spring water-clear Italian grappa with aromatic hints of fruit. It is distilled in Friuli in Northern Italy in traditional copper stills. The distillary's proximity to both Austrian and Slovenia lends a characteristic influence to this premium Italian grappa.

Founded in the aftermath of WWII, this is one of Italy's most prestigious distilleries. CiVidina is owned and operated by the Tosolini family, currently in its third generation. In many other distilleries of Italy, grappa is an afterthought. It is distilled after the wine is made or the distilleries buy grape skins from other wineries. But the Tosolini are artisans of Grappa. They use only the skins of whole grapes and produce Grappa during harvest season to ensure the freshest, most premium product. It takes 1 ton of grape skins to produce but 9 liters of CiVidinia Grappa. Traditional steam stills are used with custom controls built by the founder, Bepi Tosolini. Fruili is the most established region for Grappa in Italy, and the Tosolini family is one of the most prestigious producers of Grappa in Fruili. CiVidina is best enjoyed neat at room temperature or mixed with coffee.

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Cividina Grappa
BOTTLE SIZE: 1.00l
Tosolini Cividina Grappa is a robust, spring water-clear Italian grappa with aromatic hints of fruit. It is distilled in Friuli in Northern Italy in traditional copper stills. The distillary's proximity to both Austrian and Slovenia lends a characteristic influence to this premium Italian grappa.
 

Notes on the Cividina Grappa 1.00L

Technical Notes Founded in the aftermath of WWII, this is one of Italy's most prestigious distilleries. CiVidina is owned and operated by the Tosolini family, currently in its third generation. In many other distilleries of Italy, grappa is an afterthought. It is distilled after the wine is made or the distilleries buy grape skins from other wineries. But the Tosolini are artisans of Grappa. They use only the skins of whole grapes and produce Grappa during harvest season to ensure the freshest, most premium product. It takes 1 ton of grape skins to produce but 9 liters of CiVidinia Grappa. Traditional steam stills are used with custom controls built by the founder, Bepi Tosolini. Fruili is the most established region for Grappa in Italy, and the Tosolini family is one of the most prestigious producers of Grappa in Fruili. CiVidina is best enjoyed neat at room temperature or mixed with coffee.