Italian brandy created on grape vase, ie. the grape skins after the must has been fermented into wine. The same drink is called marc in France. In Italy it is rarely stored in oak, but typically in glass or steel, so it is clear in color but very rich in aroma, the best with a clear mark of the grape or grapes it is made of. The best are usually double distilled as Cognac or Malt Whiskey, while the cheapest are usually distilled continuously. A wonderful drink that can be enjoyed with coffee, but is often also included in e.g. sauce or in desserts as well as ice cream etc. Usually enjoyed slightly chilled. Grappa is made all over Italy, but most distilleries are located in the Veneto area around Verona or around Barolo in Piedmont. However, there is also a single distillery in Tuscany.

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Italian brandy created on grape vase, ie. the grape skins after the must has been fermented into wine. The same drink is called marc in France. In Italy it is rarely stored in oak, but typically in glass or steel, so it is clear in color but very rich in aroma, the best with a clear mark of the grape or grapes it is made of. The best are usually double distilled as Cognac or Malt Whiskey, while the cheapest are usually distilled continuously. A wonderful drink that can be enjoyed with coffee, but is often also included in e.g. sauce or in desserts as well as ice cream etc. Usually enjoyed slightly chilled. Grappa is made all over Italy, but most distilleries are located in the Veneto area around Verona or around Barolo in Piedmont. However, there is also a single distillery in Tuscany.