Lorenzo Inga since 1832

The selection of signature grappasLorenzo Inga and authentic flavors

Grappa aged in oak barrels

The Lorenzo Inga label includes a selection of spirits that are the pride of the terroirs of Piedmont and other regions of Italy. Each of these products retains the personality of the ancient recipes handed down from generation to generation. This wing of the company embodies the lessons learned and the experiences lived since the family took over the Serravalle Scrivia distilleries at the beginning of the 20th century. The following is an overview of the products to illustrate their taste and aroma, their origin, and the grape varieties used in their production. For more details on the entire product line, feel free to contact the staff.

From Barolo to Sangiovese:Lorenzo Inga varietals

Grappa di AmaroneLorenzo Inga

Amber color, intense flavor with hints of raisins, vanilla aroma: Amarone brandy has excellent sensory qualities. This grappa is the result of a blend of dried grapes from the Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella varieties from Valpolicella. According to the recipe, the distillate is aged in large oak casks and is refined in small French Limousin oak barrels.

Grappa di BaroloLorenzo Inga

This Barolo grappa stands out for its tannic and intense aroma, dry and full-bodied taste, and notes of vanilla and fig. This bottle is mainly produced with Nebbiolo grapes from the hills around Alba, Barolo and Barbaresco. In this case as well, the distillate is aged in oak casks and subsequently refined in barrique.

Grappa di BrunelloLorenzo Inga

Sangiovese grapes from the DOCG area of Montalcino are the star of the show in this grappa, which stands out for its fruity aroma, dry flavor, and notes of vanilla and wild berries. The aging and refining process in Limousin oak casks and in barriques lasts at least 6-12 months.

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