Brandy Nannoni : Tuscan Brandy
To keep the characteristics of this distillate constant, Nannoni Grappe resort to „blending“, a union of lots of different barrels, with a minimum aging of three years.
This meditation brandy conquers the palate with its warm and soft tones, while maintaining the vigorous character of this land and its unique wines.
Format 0,7 Lt.
Alcohol content 42% Vol.
Tuscan Brandy :
Brandy is the generic name of the produt obtained from the distillation of Tuscan wine, after a period of aging in cask.
it is produced by the distillation of healthy wine, or broken but not acetified wine, and by-products such as Vinacce.
Nannoni Grappe, for example, produces its Brandy using the best Vinacce available. Its organoleptic qualities, in fact, derive from the value of the raw material.
The wines used can be indifferently white, rosé or red; the best distillates are obtained from wines with high acidity, low alcohol content and aromatically neutral; worldwide the most used grape variety is Trebbiano.
Important: Wines must not contain sulfites!
About the Producer, Nannoni Grappe :
When the Nannoni Grappe distillery was born, in Tuscany there was no culture of distillation, the “vinacce” were mostly thrown into the chicken coop, and most of the grappa produced in the region was destined for bulk sale to northern Italy.
The first times were tough, but in a short time the Montalcino wineries, and then all the other major cellars in Tuscany, realized the great opportunity that was offered to them, so a farmhouse in the middle of the Maremma became an international destination for Grappa lovers and tourists of good drinking, bringing their Grappas to the world and many enthusiasts in Maremma.
Thanks to the work of Priscilla Occhipinti, the only female master distiller in the world, Nannoni Grappe has established itself over the years as the best producer of spirits in the world, in fact, there are numerous prizes won by Nannoni Grappe, just think of the 144 Gold and Double Gold medals won from 2011 to 2019.
We can, therefore, say that Nannoni Grappe is the most awarded producer in the world.