Tenuta San Guido - Grappa da Vinacce di Sassicaia

Tenuta San Guido - Grappa da Vinacce di Sassicaia - 50cl - Onshore Cellars

Tenuta San Guido - Grappa da Vinacce di Sassicaia

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Grappa da Vinacce di Sassicaia comes from fresh pomace of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, distilled by Jacopo Poli and aged for 4 years in barriques and then for 6 months in Sassicaia barrels. It is a soft, majestic and structured vintage grappa with delicate and floral aromas and hints of dried fruit and vanilla.
Type:
Grappa
Country:
Italy
Region:
Tuscany
Producer:
Tenuta San Guido

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