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Amaro d’Angera is produced using thirty alpine herbs. It undergoes thirty days of alcoholic maceration to extract all the aromas and precious essences of yarrow, star anise, sage, gentian, lemon balm, wild mint, creeping thyme and many others; thirteen hours of slow distillation and three months of rest in Angera in Allier oak barrels, to add that distinctive touch that makes the product unique.
The muscatel grapes, which later become marcs, ripen on the hills of Castiglione Tinella, Santo Stefano Belbo, Calosso and Castigliole d’Asti. They are softly pressed and then fermented in silos. After being in the “Guillaume” discontinuous copper steam still in Angera, they are stored in new medium toasted barrique casks of Allier and Limousin oak for at least 18 months.
Amandola Nebbiolo da Barolo is produced using grape-pomace from the Barolo district. The pomace is left to drain without being previously pressed. While still full of juices and aromas, the pomace is distilled in the “Guillaume” discontinuous copper steam-still in Angera and it gives the grappa a texture enhanced by its stay in new barriques of Allier and Limousin oak for at least 18 months.