Tosolini - Grappa Agricola Riserva 50cl Bottle


Tosolini - Grappa Agricola Riserva
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Raw material: Pomace from various grape types.

Production zone: Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Tasting profile: White, transparent, with a crisp note of flowers; pleasingly strong, full-bodied and harmonious in the mouth, with an elegantly lingering persistence.

Alcohol content: 50% alc./vol.

Serving temperature: Room temperature.

Ageing: In ash barrels for three to six years.

Category(s):     Grappa
Producer: Bepi Tosolini   -
ABV:   50%
Brand:   Bepi Tosolini
Cask Type:   Ash
Country of Origin:   Italy


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3 Product Reviews

Date of Review: Wed, 29 Apr 2009
Review: Very nice. Harsher and slighter almond in flavour compared to other Grappa. I drank neat, and must agree with the other reviewers, probably best with a single ice cube. Did not disappoint, well worth a try.

Date of Review: Fri, 02 Nov 2007
Review: This is a superb bottle, and I highly recommend it. As I understand it, it is not a grappa, it is an aquavitae. It is a sharp, almost harsh drink compared to grappa, distilled from grape 'must' and not the pomace, and therefore has a pure, sharp taste compared to true grappas, which are more complex.

I'll be hung for this by the Italians, but I like to drink it with a small piece of ice, as it really does take your breathe away when drunk neat!

Date of Review: Wed, 07 Mar 2007
Review: I've had grappa before. I've tried plenty of different brandies. But I've never tasted anything remotely like this. The flavour is extremely strong, extremely distinctive and extremely hard to describe.
The floral undertones, which are best tasted when the drink is diluted somewhat, are light and fresh. Unfortunately they are almost entirely masked by the primary flavour, which completely dominates the mix. Love it or hate it, it's in a class of its own.

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Producer Information

The secret of Tosolini distillates will never be revealed outside the family, who for generations have dedicated themselves to the art of good drinking. The ancient craft nurtured by Bepi Tosolini lives on in the professional commitment of his successors - his son Giovanni, the president, and his grandchildren Giuseppe, Bruno and Lisa have fully engaged themselves in sales, marketing and production operations to carry on their grandfather's legacy. They have rigorously maintained the rules of refinement and aging to best preserve the flavours and aromas of ancestral Friuli, which also symbolize their love of tradition. Together they strive to keep the knowledge and craftsmanship of the master distillers of Friuli alive, as master Bepi did years ago through a relentless pursuit of quality and purity.
The history of Tosolini grappa begins after World War II when Bepi Tosolini, who cultivated a profound knowledge of his land and traditions, dedicates himself to transforming this distillate of humble origins into an elite beverage for the most refined and demanding of palates.
Bepi was the first distiller to refine grappa in ash barrels to obtain a white, limpid distillate (thus avoiding the yellow tone obtained from refinement in oak barrels), while still capturing all of the prized organoleptic qualities of the distillate such as its fragrances and flavours.
With hard work and dedication the company was able to grow to its current size, establishing itself as a quality leader. This designation has been confirmed by the numerous awards received in past editions of the Destillata Fair in Vienna - showcase event for the finest alcoholic beverage producers in the world - including a gold medal for the Most Uve Miste and bronze medals for the Most Moscato Rosa, Grappa Vigna Nuova and Grappa Cabernet in 2000; a silver medal for the Most Picolit and bronze medals for each of Most Fragolino and Grappa Moscato in 2001.

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