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Vecchia Romagna. Italian Brandy

Italian brandy, better than cognac?

What is Italian brandy? Is Italian brandy as good as French cognac? What are the main manufacturers? How does it taste? Let's take a closer look at Brandy., which is called that because Cognac has settled on that name and regional brand, just as Champagne is also protected. Brandy is a distilled spirit made from grapes, similar to French cognac. However, there are some differences in the production process and the specific grapes used. Italian brandy is typically made from a blend of different grape varieties, including Trebbiano, Sangiovese and Malvasia. These grapes are grown primarily in the northern regions of Italy, such as Veneto, Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna. The production process for Italian brandy is similar to that of cognac, where the grapes are fermented and then distilled twice in copper stills. The resulting spirit is then aged in oak casks for a minimum of two years before being bottled and sold. In terms of quality, brandy can be as good as French cognac, with some producers creating exceptional spirits that are highly sought after by connoisseurs.

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Bonollo Grappa Italy
New wine

Grappa talk

Grappa talk: When the grape bunch turns to gold We have teamed up with one of Denmark's keenest Grappa connoisseurs, Peter Waldorff, and are sending you this post. Thanks Peter! Maybe you have

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Nardini Grappa
Learn about wine

Grab a Grappa

What do you need to know about Grappa to enjoy it? Grappa is an Italian spirit produced by distilling press residues (skin, seeds and stems) left over from winemaking. It's in it

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Aceto Balsamico Leonardi, Grand Riserva

Balsamic vinegar

Aceto Balsamico from Italy. Aceto Balsamico, also known as balsamic vinegar, is a traditional Italian wine + vinegar that originates from Modena primarily and the Reggio Emilia regions of Italy. Italian food

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Argentina is a prominent wine-producing country that has a long history of winemaking dating back to the 16th century. The country is the fifth largest wine producer

Australia. Barossa Unique Tours


Australian wines challenge European wine every day Australia is an important wine producing country, both in terms of quality and the scale of its wine economy. Shows

Chile is a great wine country


Chile is one of the world's leading wine-producing countries. Chile is one of the world's leading wine-producing countries, with a rich history in winemaking that goes on


Wines from Denmark are still a new, incredible chapter in wine history with pioneers and enthusiasts throughout the country, who often risk their entire store and pension


Wine production in England has taken off in recent years, with the country's cool and moderate climate proving ideal for growing certain grape varieties.

France and the lovely wines


For most Danes, wines from France are where it all began. Then came Italy and a number of other wine countries. But superb quality, i.a.

Italy and Tuscany


Wines from Italy, the world's largest wine producer. And Italy is also the country with the greatest variety in grapes, wines and winemaking methods. In Italy delivers

New Zealand

New Zealand is a small wine producer with a big respected name. Wine regions in New Zealand only produce approx. 1 percent of all wine in


Wines from Austria – a mountainous country, geographically centered in the Alps – are enjoying a renaissance as a wine-producing nation. Austria has been working its way out for decades


Wines from Portugal. Port wine, the perfect companion for a sunset, a delicious dessert or high cigar, but good peanuts are not to be despised Port wine comes

Spanish wines


Wines from Spain are growing incredibly. This is innovation at its best. It is inevitable that the wine producers in Spain in recent years have

Wines from South Africa

South Africa

We have enjoyed wines from South Africa for many years in Denmark. Wines from South Africa are often at a fair price and usually in one


Wines from Germany are famous for world-class Riesling produced in the Mosel region – and much more In the early 21st century, the country's wine producers are proving that

wines from the usa


Wines from the USA are selling like never before. One of the world's best wine producing nations. Wines from the USA are popular now and it can be based on

The Trebbiano grape here from Tuscany and Umbria
Grapes for the wine


Where is the Trebbiano grape grown? What wines are grown? The Trebbiano grape is grown in many different wine regions in the world, but it is especially known for staying

Wine talk. Malvasia grapes
Grapes for the wine


Malvasia, a sweet grape used in many countries Malvasia is an ancient family of grapes that includes a diverse collection of noble varieties. These grapes

Grapes for the wine


Xinomavro – a top Greek wine grape Xinomavro (or Xynomavro) is a dark-skinned grape variety widespread in northern Greece. It is also cultivated to a lesser extent in

Grapes for the wine


Assyrtiko, Famous Greek grape that delivers delicious white and dessert wines Assyrtiko (also spelled Assyrtico or Asyrtiko) is undoubtedly Greece's most iconic grape variety. It is cultivated

Grapes for the wine


Agiorgitiko is the most important wine grape in the Peloponnese in Greece. Agiorgitiko is a fragrant red wine grape native to Greece's Peloponnese peninsula. It is one of the country's most planted

Grapes for the wine

Nero d'Avola

Nero d'Avola Nero d'Avola (also known as Calabrese) is the most important and widespread red wine grape variety in Sicily. Large quantities of Nero d'Avola are produced on the island

Wine merchants
wine and taste

Wine & Savory

Wine and taste: quality rather than quantity Vin & Velsmag aims to import wine from smaller producers with a strong focus on quality rather than quantity.

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Super wine

Super wine is the place where you don't need to empty your wallet to buy delicious wine! Supervin offers Denmark's most exquisite selection of high-quality wine

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Do you want new winefriends? Winefriends say: Buying wine is a matter of TRUST and far too many offers on the market are fictitious.

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Wine auctions
Brun Rasmussen

Brun Rasmussen

Bruun Rasmussen – The World's Auction House! Go exploring, get inspired and make a wine bargain - there is something for every taste and for everyone

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Lauritz Christensen Auctions was established in 1885. From its former headquarters situated on Søtorvet in Copenhagen, the house evolved over time to become a small,

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Sotheby's Wine provides a global network to bid, buy, sell, store and discover fine wines and spirits. Between Sotheby's wine auction house, retail stores, storage

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Wine producing countries

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