The Grappa Riserva 18.46 owes its name to the over 18 months of aging in battery no. 46, as well as 1846 is the year in which the Mazzetti d'Altavilla distilleries were founded. The pomace used is made from Barbera and Dolcetto grapes, and the careful selection of woods for aging gives this grappa a rich flavor.
In 1846 Filippo Mazzetti founded his first distillery in Montemagno in the heart of Monferrato, and began to carefully select what in the beginning was considered a waste material from the production of wine: pomace. It was not easy then to recover the best raw materials from the winemakers scattered in the most remote areas of Monferrato, but the determination of Filippo first and his son Luigi then, gave birth to a company philosophy to which we owe the production of grappas among the best in the world. The search for quality and the continuous refinement of distillation techniques, today are the secrets of the success of a sixth-generation distillery capable of telling the whole world the immense sensorial heritage present in every grape of Monferrato.
The Grappa Riserva 18.46 is distilled according to a discontinuous process and aged for over twelve months in Oak d'Allier barriques, and after assembly it is aged for at least 6 months in chestnut barrels. The use of these woods of great value gives the grappa a remarkable richness, recognizable to the palate from the first sip.
Volume: 70 cl
Producer: Mazzetti d'Altavilla
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