Bonollo GRA'IT Vera Grappa Italiana (750ml)

SKU #1325025 91 points Wine Enthusiast

 Made from a blend of seven grappas, this is light straw in hue with aromas that hint at fresh pear. The silky palate opens on gentle vanilla and coconut flavors that are layered over white-flower and additional pear tones, finishing on a sweet cinnamon note. (KN)  (4/2018)

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Distillerie Bonollo Umberto is a fourth-generation, family-owned company with a multi-century tradition in the distillation of super-premium, high-quality grappa. In line with the alchemic credo of continuous improvement, the Bonollo Master distillers have always been at the forefront of innovation by constantly researching new distillation techniques and upgrading equipment accordingly. The GRA' IT is Bonollo's re-imagining of the age-old Italian spirit. Using seven separate grape varietals to create the most balanced and approachable Grappa on the market, Gra' It Grappa changes the conversation around Grappa. Designed distinctly to achieve great complexity in a cocktail while retaining its character as the traditional white spirit of Italy. It's a new type of spirit that will scratch that Grappa itch for the purist, but will allow the uninitiated to truly enjoy the special spirit of Italy without fear of that Grappa bite. Included in the blend are grape pomace from Sicily, Puglia, Tuscany, Piemonte, Prosecco, and Amarone.

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