Aged in Slavonian oak for three to five years, Nardini Riserva 50 ° grappa enjoys a delicate complexity that has made it popular all over the world.
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Grappa Riserva 50°
Bassano, Vénétie, Italie
The Nardini grappa would have been modestly launched in 1748 by Bortolo Nardini in the small town of Bassano, not far from Venice. The creation of a bridge that passed right under his windows was to bring in some new customers two years later. The Nardini grappa will derive its success from the war. The laws of the Most Serene Republic having been destroyed by Bonaparte, Bortolo Nardini took the opportunity to obtain a distiller's license and to settle in a boutique in Venice still run by his heirs and as it was on the day it opened in the 18th century. This shop became the meeting place of a number of tramps and it was by selling them at low prices the bottoms of jars and barrels that Nardini discovered the art of “cups” which was to be used by almost everyone afterwards. manufacturers of fine spirits, whether blended whiskeys or cognacs.
Aged in Slavonian oak for three to five years, Nardini Riserva 50 ° grappa enjoys a delicate complexity that has made it popular all over the world. The subtle woodiness gives this grappa smoothness and a sweetness on the palate as well as a delicious warmth when swallowed, which for some reminds of a Lowland malt. The wood provides structure, with notes of jasmine tea, cinnamon, lemon meringue and mixed fruit zest. Then appear notes of apple, pear skins and acacia honey. On the palate, it is smooth, fat, with notes of oak that lead to aromas of jasmine tea, apples baked with cloves and honey. All spiced up with cinnamon and lemon meringue tips. Balanced finish, with spices and a mixture of cooked fruits.
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