In 1973 the Nonino family produced the first Grappa Monovitigno from marc of Picolit grapes. Marc is obtained by distilling the solid components of a grape. The family celebrated great success with the brandy and soon other distillers worldwide became aware of the new product. Grappa is not only the oldest eau-de-vie in Northern Italy but also the most traditional. The grappas of the Nonino family reflect the history and long tradition of the company. The amber grappa is obtained from the marc of the Glera grape. The grape is usually used to make Prosecco. It is distilled in a copper steam still. It is aged for 24 months in barrique barrels. The grappa is bottled without any additional colouring.Tasting notes:Colour: Amber with gold reflections. Nose: Floral, scent of vanilla. Taste: Almonds, green apples, vanilla, chocolate. Finish: Long lasting. Serve the grappa at room temperature.