Romano Levi Grappa Barbaresco
Light amber, with herbal, wood and vanilla aromas at the beginning. The aromas change into a long-lasting note of licorice and vanilla.
The Distillery aims at producing small quantities of high-quality grappa with pomace from the best Langhe grapes. The distillery uses a unique, historical production and aging process that was first used by Romano Levi, who was appointed as the “best Italian Distiller.” The four original staples of production that make Levi unique: high-quality pomace, open-flame still, different essences of wood and long aging of the grappa, remain the cornerstones of Levi’s production
Grapes: Nebbiolo (Barbaresco)
Vineyards Location: From the hills of Langhe
Total Production: 3,500 bottles
Pomace: The freshly-pressed skins, stems, and seeds of grapes grown on DOCG vineyards located in Neive, Barbaresco, Trezzo, Treiso, and Alba are immediately compressed into underground pits for a natural curing process that is able to extract all the aromas and flavors of the Nebbiolo grapes.
Still Type: Open Flame copper pot still
Aging Process: Aged a minimum of 36 months in classic Piedmontese barrels (700-litres) made of various types of wood, they are stored at a constant temperature between 14 and 19°C with proper humidity.
Alcohol Content: 42.00%
Distiller: Fabrizio Sobrero
Cellaring: No limits to cellaring
Closure: Synthetic Cork
|Dimensions||11.4 × 11.4 × 7.9 in|
|Bottles per Case||
750 ml: 6 bottles per case