As soon as it is born, the brandy rests in stainless steel containers, but when it shows particular organoleptic characteristics, it is placed in barrels of different essences to begin its slow and patient maturation process. By definition, grappa is aged when it rests, for a period equal to or greater than a year, in wood. And of course, the longer it stays, the greater the scent, the softness, the sweetness. All our aged grappas begin their journey in the Cantina dei Tini. This cellar houses 13 Slavonian oak vats, a wood particularly suitable for the maturation of spirits in large barrels.