In the year the second millennium ended and the Catholic Church celebrated the Great Jubilee, this grappa, the result of a symphony of muscats from various geographical regions blended in a single cuvée, began its long “elevage” (ageing) in Allier and Limousin oak barrels.
COLOUR: classic amber.
BOUQUET: aromatic ambience that reveals intense notes of cocoa, raisins, dried figs and walnut husks. A lingering finish with hints of roasted chestnuts and “marron glacé”.
FLAVOUR: the wood tannin envelopes and caresses without dominating, recal- ling pleasant, spicy aromas similar to Vin Santo.