Grappa di Amarone
Amarone Grappa is made from the pomace or grape skins and stems of the Corvina, Corvinone and Rondibella grapes after they have dried for 4-5 months and pressed to make Amarone. The distillation is achieved at low pressure by the discontinuous system in order to preserve the aromas and fragrances of the raw material. After distillation, the grappa is aged in oak barrels for about 6-7 months. All-encompassing fragrance, rich and intense flavors.