a fine brandy that do not want to conquer you with its power but rather to seduce you with its elegance.
Name and Denomination
Brandy - Brandy Wine
Wine variety blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Glera and Manzoni coupage
Alcohol content 42% vol.
Optimal serving temperature 18-22°C
continuous column distillation. The distillation facility operates in a vacuum environment
80 hl barrels oak vats made of different native woods: Oak, Chestnut, Cherry.
minimum 18 months to fi ve years, in oak barrels
dark brown with amber highlights
notes of raisins mixed with licorice, walnut, cinnamon and vanilla. The elegant bouquet is characterized also by a “sweet” aroma of ripe dates, crème-caramel, nougat and carob, with a pleasant pungent alcoholic nuance.
fine and intense, with hints of cotton candy, vanilla, ripe plum and citrus notes. A complex and velvety taste
dried fruit tones and spicy notes are softly wrapped by a pleasant sensation of alcohol
supplied in cardboard cases of 6 x 50 cl. bottles.
the Brandy 47 Anno Domini is the result of a double distillation carried out separately so that every single grape variety can preserve its organoleptic characteristics, this also allows a perfect balance in the assembly.
The double distillation used allows us to obtain a particularly elegant and a pure brandy unique and diffi cult to imitate. The next step is the aging. Its duration has been calibrated according to the amount of tannins and lignin in the wine. The distillate is placed for the fi rst 18 months into 80hl oak vat, then the ageing process is ended into barrels made of different woods. These particular woods give to the brandy a deep amber color and transfer an unique aroma to the product. At fi rst sight the distillate is tempting with it bright amber color with mahogany hues. The aroma starts with a wide
range of sensations ranging from nuts (hazelnuts, fi gs) to crush (plum) to ripe tropical fruit, sweet spices (cinnamon, vanilla, walnut nutmeg) with hints of leather, chocolate, and tobacco (cigar box). In the mouth the distillate appears dry at the same time and “moelleux”, enveloping, velvety, in a word Armonico (with a capital A). The aftertaste sensations confi rm what we tasted: spices ,tobacco with hints of honey and beeswax, with a well-balanced sensation with an extremely long persistence. In conclusion, this is a fine brandy that do not want to conquer you with its power but rather to seduce you with its elegance.