Romano Levi Grappa Barolo
Light to medium amber, with intense tobacco and light chocolate aromas, with an initial note of wood and light 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 (Barolo)
Vineyards Location: From the hills of Langhe
Total Production: 4,000 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 minimum 4 years in classic 220-litre barriques made of various types of wood, stored in rooms with the right humidity and at a constant temperature of 14 to 19 degrees C°.
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