In the area where the most famous fortified wine in the world, Marsala, is born, a grappa dedicated to this great wine could not be missing. Casa Bianchi offers this grappa, where the distillation is followed by aging in centuries-old Marsala barrels.
Transformation factory: Marsala
Raw material: pomace of multivitigno grapes
Production method: preservation of the pomace using an exclusive technology aimed at preserving the richness of the aromas and the softness of the pomace until it is processed.
Production Process: Still with continuous method, with particular attention to the separation of the “heart” of the distillate from impurities.
Aging: aged in ex Marsala wine barrels, with the Soleras method, for about 18 months. The name “Artemarsala” takes its name from the choice of these woods. These old barrels that have mature woods and staves hardened by the passage of the noble Marsala wine give this grappa intense and floral aromas, with notes of licorice and cinnamon making it more robust
Appearance: clear with amber tones given by contact with wood.
Aromatic profile: warm and persistent, enveloping with notes of toasting and vanilla.
Taste: intense, with aromas of fruity notes and spices.
Alcohol content: 42% vol.
Serving temperature: 18/20 degrees