Alba, Langhe and Roero have always been world famous for growing grapes.
Immediately after the harvest of this precious fruit of the transformation of nature by soaking in natural syrup made of precious Moscato Grappa which is obtained by a slow distillation of pomace likely to become Moscato d’Asti.
The result is a product preserved with the same characteristics of a fresh product with unique organoleptic properties and enhances the distinctive flavor of this particular variety of grape.
It is good to taste natural, or simply opening the jar to make delicious desserts, and ice cream.
The syrup is good to drink!
Name of the product: Fresh grapes in Moscato Grappa
Category: Canned fruit
Net weight: 320 g.
Ingredients: Fresh grapes, Moscato grappa, cane sugar
Way of cultivation: Organic certified
Period of harvest: August / September
Way of picking: by hand
Grapes are the fruit of the grapevine.
It is ‘an infructescence that is, a grouping of fruits, called clusters. The cluster is composed of a stalk, and many berries.
The grapes are mainly used for wine production, but also for human consumption as fresh fruit (grapes).
The grapes appear in Europe in the late Tertiary, but its use dates back to Neolithic times. The vine is spread over 40 countries in the world but half of the production comes from Europe ‘.
The trunk or stump looks convoluted that falls apart longitudinally. The trunk is vertical, but may have different angle depending on the type of farming.
The vine leaves are simple, alternate and distichous.
The fruit of the screw is a berry, consisting of a epicarp or husk, from the mesocarp or pulp and the endocarp (membranous tissue that contains the seeds or seeds).
The berries are placed on stalks that form, with the ramifications of the bunch, the stalk or stalk.
The shape, size, color and flavor vary depending on the variety.
The grape is a symbol of prosperity and well …
To bring good fortune, at the New Year we eat a grape for every month of the year to come
Way of production
The entire production process is done manually according to the old country tradition of home production of fruit in syrup consumed in winter-spring, in the absence of fresh fruits.
The freshly picked fruit is selected, washed and put into jars by hand.
All the production is do in less than 24 hours frm the harvest.