What is the difference between "Grappa" and "Acquavite"?
"Acquavite" is a generic term and is a synonym of "distillate".
It is necessary to specify from which raw material it has been obtained from: Grappa, for example, is an acquavite from grape pomace, brandy is an acquavite from wine, vodka from potatoes, whisky from grain, rum from sugar cane and so on.
Is it true that Grappa is the distillate with the highe
It is false; it is an image created around grappa by some uninformed writers. The minimum... >>>
Are "aged Grappa" or "barrique Grappa" the same thing?
According to the law in order to use the term "aged" (invecchiata) Grappa must... >>>