An important distillate that requires an ‘excellent starting grape to distill the wine, strictly white, from which the brandy will be made. A clean, fresh non-aromatic white left to be distilled successively in stills using the classic method and then left to age in casks, a fundamental step. Brandy, like cognac, is also a blend of different vintages and its age always corresponds to the age of the younger brandy. How to taste it? To be savored smooth slowly inside a snifter or ballon, the most suitable glass that allows contact with the air and picks up the aromas where the glass shrinks. Discover our selection of Italian, French and Spanish brandies.