Distillation occurs in eight copper pot stills. It is performed shortly after alcoholic fermentation in order to preserve the freshness of the aromas.
Ageing occurs in stainless steel vats for three to four months at the most to maintain the aromatic fragrance.
The “transformation” to the final alcohol content (42°) is done by water dilution and cold filtration,
at a temperature that assures the preservation of the dominant fruity component. A crystal clear acquavite with a fragrant and delicate bouquet.
The aftertaste is harmonious and fine.