Before tasting Grappa, it should be left to breathe for short time, allowing you to appreciate the correct balance between the scent and taste of this distilled spirit
This liqueur is obtained by the wise union of the Grappa Trentina with the mountain Honey, made from the pollen produced by an infinity of flowers. Most known honey is that of acacia. It is produced in spring, while in the summer with the move of the bees in altitude we have the production of honey of the flowers of mountain, among which the most known is that one from rododendro.
Colour: unloaded pale yellow, typical of the fresh honey.
Aroma: intense, yielded, characteristic of the honey of mountain.
Taste: soft, velvety, intense, characteristic, pleasant.
Between 10°C and 14°C, though during the summer months lower temperatures are advised. It is best served slightly chilled
Due to its unique elegance and persistency, Grappa can be enjoyed during unconventional appetizers with mouldy cheese & chutney or, as it is more commonly sipped, at the end of a meal when the conversation is at its deepest…
Maybe you’ve never considered that Grappa can be an excellent cooking ingredient. Here are just some tips of how it can be used, you can pour a small glass of Grappa Bertagnolli on meat while roasting it, or on rice while you’re toasting it to make risotto.