"Lungo, macchiato, nero, corto, in tazza grande…"Italians always know how to have their coffee, but only few know the difference between “caffè Corretto” and “Rasentin”.
We’d love to end this year telling you about a story that touched us a lot.
This is what happened to Walter Moro, son of immigrants and now living in Oakville, Ontario.
When you were born in a cauldron, as I was, you end up talking to the still. And it answers you.
Grappa,the never-changing distillate that set the throat aflame, is no more. Today we have Grappas, plural, each one with its own story to tell.
The origins of Grappa, Italy’s most renowned distillate, are closely bound up with the Pedemontana Veneta area, a natural amphitheatres where vines have been grown for thousands of years.
Mount Grappa, the town of Bassano del Grappa, Grappa: all three with different origins, but which over the years have become the essence of one another.