Are "aged Grappa" or "barrique Grappa" the same thing?
According to the law in order to use the term "aged" (invecchiata) Grappa must remain in any type or size of wooden barrels for at least one year;
the term "barrique" instead, refers to an ageing procedure in barrique, that is to say (french) oak barrels of 225 litres.
Poli let the Grappa mature exclusively in barrique.
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