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Tosolini - Most da Uva Miste

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Tosolini - Most da Uva Miste

Country of Origin

Italy

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Other Information

  • ABV40
  • Cask TypeAcacia

Product: Most Acquavite da Uve Miste (from blended grapes). Raw material: Distillate of Friulian grapes (Cabernet, Merlot, Tocai and Pinot Grigio) produced with traditional, manually operated, steam- copper pot stills.

It is bottled after being refined for 6 months in acacia tanks.

Characteristics: Appearance: Limpid and crystal-clear. Flavour: Pleasant and delicate with a Rose aftertaste. Aroma: Pleasant, fruity.

Created with the passion and expertise of founder Bepi, using only the freshest premium grape varieties carefully selected by the Tosolini family, is this prestigious collection of distillates for true connoisseurs.

Most, the company's flagship product, is obtained from the fermentation of the must of de-stemmed and pressed grapes in ash barrels. According to family tradition, this best preserves the delicate organoleptic characteristics of the distillate, particularly its limpid appearance and white transparency.

Distillation takes place in discontinuous, manually-operated copper stills, using a method pioneered by Bepi Tosolini over 50 years ago to guarantee persistency in the aromas and flavours of the harvest. The result is an acquavite (eau de vie) of delicate bouquet, fragrant and persistent on the palate with a dry finish. The grape varieties used in this collection are truly unique: the rare Picolit (characteristic of the Friuli region), the Ribolla gialla, the Ramandolo, the Fragolino, the Moscato Rosa and, exclusively for the Serie Storica collection , the Ribolla nera.

Each distillate is proposed in elegant blown-glass bottles, which emphasize the crystalline appearance that characterizes Bepi Tosolini distillates. The cork and wood stopper provides a barrier against dispersions of aroma and flavours, completing the aesthetic effect with a natural touch that perfectly reflects the company's philosophy of genuineness and authenticity.

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