No grappa! Or is there?
Macardo uses a multitude of different grape varieties for its production of high-quality grappas. Our Pinot pomaces are distilled freshly pressed and stored in specially selected casks for several years. Smooth and velvety notes from the cask characterize this fine brandy. The Müller-Thurgau, bottled as clear, has a spring-like, flowery aroma and stands out for its uniqueness.
For legal reasons, brandies made from pomaces left over from wine production may be called “grappa” only in Italian-speaking regions. That’s why we call these specific brandies made from regional grape varieties “Aquavite di vinaccia”. For its fine Cuvée Reserva, Macardo uses Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Gewürztraminer pomaces. It is stored in used Macardo whisky casks, which lend it its multilayered, illustrious note.