Cask-aged grappa:under the Villa Serravalle brand
Aged grappa, the history of the distillery
Villa Serravalle’s signature bottle series includes a selection of expertly aged spirits. Grappa aged in oak barrels is the result of a laborious production process which starts from the selection of the best grapes from Piedmont and other regions. The goal is to make an intense and aromatic product. For more information about online grappa sales and the company’s products, contact the staff.
aged grappas:Villa Serravalle brand
Grappa di Amaroneaged in wood
Grappa di Amarone is made from the distillation of dried grapes of the Corvina, Molinara and Rondinella varieties. The raw material comes exclusively from the Valpolicella area. The process includes an aging phase of at least 12 months in French oak barrels. The grappa’s sensory qualities are notable for an intense amber color, a fruity and vanilla scent, and a smooth taste with tones of vanilla, raisins, and cinnamon.
Moscato grapes are the base for this grappa, appreciated for its velvety smoothness. Continuous and discontinuous distillation and a resting period in oak barrels shape the aroma as much as the flavor. This deep golden brandy retains an aromatic scent and taste. The stars of the show are notes of raisin, dried fruit, and vanilla.
Grappa di Nebbiolo:dry flavor
Langhe and Albese are areas with a unique enological culture. From this region come the Nebbiolo varieties of grape, used for a notably dry grappa that still retains notes of vanilla and dried fruit. The amber color with golden hues is accompanied by an intense and tannic aroma with hints of spiced vanilla.
Grappa InvecchiataPiedmontese and regional
A balanced blend is the result of experimentation and research. Villa Serravalle Grappa Invecchiata is produced with selected grapes from Piedmont and other regions. The distillate is aged for 12 months in French Limousin oak barrels. The result of this laborious aging process is a smooth brandy, amber colored and with hints of fruit, vanilla, and delicate spices.
The Inga family, distillers since 1832, is pleased to present theNew line of Villa Serravalle varietal white grappas:
Varietal: Dolcetto, from the most famous DOC areas of Ovada, Alba and Asti (Piedmont). Color: white. Bouquet: fruity, fragrant, and delicate. Taste: slightly tannic, fruity, and bitter, reminiscent of bitter almonds
Varietal: Nebbiolo from the DOCG area of Barolo and surroundings (CN). Color: white. Bouquet: fruity, persistent. Taste: dry, slightly tannic, with hints of currant and wild berries.
Varietal: Piedmont Chardonnay. Color: white, Bouquet: persistent and delicate, with hints of apple and crusty bread. Taste: harmonious, clean, and soft, slightly herbaceous.
My Grappa:Gavi di Gavi
Varietal: Cortese di Gavi, from the DOCG area of the municipality of Gavi. Color: white. Bouquet: very fruity and persistent. Taste: slightly bitter, with hints of bitter almond, savory.
Varietal: Moscato d’Asti. Color: white. Bouquet: fruity with hints of peach, apricot, and spiced sage. Taste: aromatic, typical of Moscato with notes of rose.
My Grappa:Pinot Noir
Varietal: Pinot Nero dell’Oltrepò Pavese. Color: white. Bouquet: fruity with hints of black currant and wild berries. Taste: soft and delicate, slightly tannic with notes of blackberry, blackcurrant, and wild berries.
Varietal: Prosecco cultivated in the best areas of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene (Veneto). Color: white. Bouquet: fragrant, fruity, delicate. Taste: fruity, typical of the Prosecco grape, with hints of green apple.