Grappa

Grappa is the spirit obtained from the distillation of lees from wine grapes produced in Italy, distilled and bottled only in plants located on the national territory.

The quality of the lees is the primary and most important factor in obtaining an excellent product. This is why the raw material is painstakingly selected.
The freshness and the good state of conservation of the lees are therefore fundamental in that any deterioration of these conditions would definitely reflect on the final product.
Only the best lees is used to obtain Grappa with the flavour and modular smoothness that the market demands.
Furthermore, various types of “Vecchia” and “Riserva” Grappa are produced and sold. These stand out for the flavour they acquire after staying for a period respectively of twelve and eighteen months in precious oak barrels.
The Grappa and spirits thus obtained from processing vinification subproducts are bottled in the Deta Liquor Factory, their own property, or destined for capillary distribution that involves companies in the distilling sector, farms, bars and selected restaurants and large-scale organised distribution.

The following are a few of the most prestigious varieties of Grappa produced by Distilleria Deta:

  • Grappa Toscana
  • Grappa Riserva
  • Grappa di monovitigno (single-variety)

    • Chianti
    • Brunello di Montalcino
    • Vernaccia di San Gimignano
    • Nobile di Montepulciano
    • Morellino di Scansano
    • Chardonnay