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From Gewürtztraminer grapes grown in Alto Adige. Its intense fruity aroma is reminiscent of Williams pear, elderflower and rose. One might say that the freshness of the grape variety leaps out very ...
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Founded in 1977 in Alba, Italy, proprietor and head distiller Paolo Marolo creates his eponymous grappas by following two simple rules: source superior, single varietal pomace and press it as soon as possible. ...
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to celebrate the first thirty years of the distillery, Marolo created this Moscato grappa, aged in barrel for a long time. The low alcoholic content permits to catch the typical notes of the grape and exalts ...
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This 3-year-old aged grappa matures in 60 gallon barriques used to age Amarone wine. It has fruity cherry notes along with those of almonds, hazelnuts and at the end, mint and anise. Balsamic and herbal ...
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This truly regal grappa is created from the pomace of red wine Nebbiolo grapes from Barolo - one of Italy’s greatest wines. Golden amber tones come through from ageing in oak barrels for a minimum ...
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From an old family recipe, the Marolo Chinato is produced from noble wines, flavoured with herbs and rind infusions, like cinchona, rhubarb, gentian, coriander, cinnamon, cloves and others. It is suitable ...
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Marolo’s meticulously hand-crafted Grappa & Camomile is a liqueur obtained from the infusion of camomile blossoms in grappamade from fresh and carefully selected Piemontese Nebbiolo grapes. The camomile ...
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