Intense and full of fresh fruit flavours, Tosolini Moscato Grappa utilises Muscat grapes to deliver a smooth and aromatic flavour. Tosolini Moscato Grappa releases a bouquet of stunning aromas, most prominently tangy grape. The intense flavour of the grapes is closely followed and complimented by notes of fresh blossom, menthol mint and floral honeysuckle. A wonderful after dinner drink, perfectly paired with a range of indulgent desserts, the fresh tang of the grapes is what lingers longest.
From the Domus range comes another intriguing Grappa - this time, the spirit is made using the Nebbiolo grape and has been matured to help develop its flavour profile. Nebbiolo grape are the core of all brilliant Barolo wines, but do they make great Grappa? Absolutely!
Roasted apricot, walnut, dry cinnamon, juicy prune and a touch of brandied cherry.
A fragrant, mellow unaged Grappa from Italy, produced using a blend of grape varieties. If your name's Julia, we would say "this bottle's got your name on it!" If your name isn't Julia, well, this bottle's got a name on it and contains very tasty Grappa!
Spring water clear and aromatically fruity, Tosolini Cividina Grappa is robust and awash with the fresh flavour of grapes. Distilled in Northern Italy in traditional copper stills, there is a Slavic and Austrian influence due to the region of the distillery. With sweet brandy undertones mixed with the pomace of the grapes, Tosolini Cividana Grappa has a mellow flavour which marries wonderfully with aromatic notes and the sweetness of grapes throughout.
Bottled at 40% abv, instead of the regular 50%, the Nardini Grappa Bianco 40 makes for a smoother, lighter sip that might crack open up the cracking would of grappa to people who wouldn't have tried it before. It still maintains the floral notes and citrus zest, but it's gentler on the palate, making this traditional Italian drink perfect for sipping.
Grappa meaning ‘grape stalk’, is an italian grape-based pomace brandy that is usually served after a meal to aid digestion. It’s made by distilling the skins, pulp, seeds and stems leftover from the winemaking process and is aged in various woods including ash, plumwood and oak.