Zanin Stravecchio 5YO

Zanin is a well-known grappa producer in the Veneto region of Italy. In addition to a wide selection of different grappas, they also have other alcohols in production, mainly liqueurs but also gin, rum and a few barrels of brandy. Straveccio is a brandy matured for five years in a French…

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Alexander Grappa Prosecco (38%)

The Italian Bottega is better known for its wines and sparkling wines, but they also have many other products in production, such as Grappa and limoncello. Bottega has a history of more than 300 years and today they maintain four wineries in the Veneto region. Grappa is produced under the Alexander…

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Alvisa 5 Organic Brandy (40%)

Of the Spanish brands, Torres and Soberano are probably the most famous, but there are several other producers also in the country. Alvisa works more with bulk wines and distillates. They produce large quantities of wine and distillates, which are being sold to several different alcohol producers. Alvisa was founded by…

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Tbilvino Saperavi Oak Aged (40%)

Chacha is the pride of Georgia and the country’s national drink. It is produced in the same way as Grappa, made from the remains of wine-making, grape skins and seeds. Traditionally, chacha has been made only in homes, but today it is produced industrially by several different wineries. The production of…

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Tbilvino Rkatsiteli (40%)

Chacha is the national alcohol of Georgia. It is made in the same way as grappa in Italy. In Spain it is called orujo and in France marc. Alcohol is distilled from the residues of wine-making, the skins and seeds. Distillation is made twice to make the taste cleaner and lighter.…

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Reviseur VSOP (40%)

Domaines Francis Abecassis is one of the largest private family businesses operating in Cognac province. They grow grapes on their own 370 acres in the Petite Champagne region. Abecassis owns four different cognac brands, the best known are ABK6, Reviseur and Leyrat. Reviseur Single Estate is made exclusively from its own…

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Paganini Grappa (40%)

Paganini is a grappa distributed by the German company Ylldal Import. It is made somewhere in Italy, there is no information about the manufacturer and the place of production. Ylldal is part of Borco, a German beverage giant, which owns Sierra Tequila and several other big and well known brands. What…

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Courvoisier VS Cognac (40%)

Courvoisier is one of the four major cognac producers which have more than 90% market share in cognac sales. It was founded by Emile Courvoisier in 1835. Today, Courvoisier is owned by the American-Japanese alcohol giant Beam Suntory. Distillates produced mainly in the Fins Bois area have been used in Courvoisier…

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Père Préaux Fine Calvados (40%)

Calvados is not a well-known alcohol in the Baltic states, a few bottles can be found in major stores and they are usually products from one, large manufacturer. Pere Preaux is one of the cheapest products in the Baltic market. It is sold in Latvia, where the Latvian branch of Altia…

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Meukow VS Cognac (40%)

Meukow’s story began in the mid-19th century when the Russian tsar wanted to ensure the availability of good quality cognac. Two of Meukow's brothers were sent to France and after several trips the brothers set up the company in the province of Cognac. However, the company did not remain in Russian…

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