what is grappa etrusca? it's an italian liquor?!

Question: What is grappa etrusca? it's an italian liquor?
just took a sip...i'm just curious. can anyone translate? what is it. Thanks guys! best answer get 10pts!!


Leo is wrong. Grappa is not a wine, but it's made from the leftover stems, skins and seeds of wine (in this case, it's mostly from the Sangiovese grape). Those remaining bits are called pomace. The pomace is then distilled, usually twice, and water is added until the remaining spirit is about 40% alcohol.

It is a light dry wine from the Tuscany area.

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