Grappa is a pomace brandy (made from the skins of grapes, in other words what remains after pressing) from grapes grown, processed and distilled solely in Italy.

The history of distilling pomace began in the 14th century, and today Grappa is recognised as the quintessential 100% Italian spirit for its tradition, culture and production method.

Distillation is a very slow process. The raw material is placed inside copper boilers (stills) and steam is passed through to extract the alcohol and aromatic substances which characterised Grappa.