Having tried the Diciotto Lune grappa a few years back we wanted to visit the distillery.
We passed on our way to Tuscany and arrived in the morning, we were very well received with offer of both grappa tasting and coffee, a nice touch with the coffee I must say.
The store is fairly new, big and bright with beautiful displays and gift ideas with Marzadro products.
After the tasting we were offered and accepted a tour of the distillery.
Fabian took us around the premises and did a good job of explaining the entire process and the work that goes into a good grappa.
We were taken to see the blending and experiment room, impressive with the "behind the scenes" insight.
We were also given a view of the tailor-made bottles section. They are all hand painted by a true artist.
If you go, make sure to ask them to take you to the roof top terrace, the view of the valley is stunning.
Not wanting to leave our grappa in the car for a few weeks we decided to come back in return.
Three weeks later we came back and impressively, were remembered and welcomed back by the friendly staff!
The purchase this time was the fairly new port cask grappa, very nice!
A visit to the Marzadro distillery is highly recommended.
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