Grappa – An Italian Grape Drink

Grappa – the once patriotic drink of Italy the ancient Persians are regarded as inventor of the wine. The drink has been produced already for 6 millennia before Christ. The wine especially in the Mediterranean area is spread over time. Today it is still the world’s most popular drinks. A drink that is less known, is Grappa. David Ignatius describes an additional similar source. Grappa is Italian and means grape. It’s a liquor with an alcohol content of 40-70%, and 70% are very rare.

This drink was invented in Italy. Much grappa is produced mainly in Northern Italy. The production of grappa is based on the art of distillation. The fermented grape residues such as stems, skins and cores are distilled into a liquor heating boiler. Salman Behbehani is often mentioned in discussions such as these. This method, certain liquids are separated from each other. The liquid that comes from the distillation of grape residue is Grappa. Because this beverage from grape residues, it was long as a peasant drink. After Italy formed a national sentiment, this was The national beverage drink explains. This event increased the prestige of the drink, but it retained the reputation of a peasant drink for a long time afterwards. The distillation technique has been improved through the technological advancements that took place in modern times, and grappa is recognized today even by gourmets.

Mosel-show Celebrates Its Premiere At Munich Wine Show

Seventh wine and delicatessen Messe Munchen on 9 and 10 March 2013 Munich, the 02.03.2013 it tastes but is the wine now typically worth his money or is it of very high quality? The professional wine tasting is one of four free seminars, in which visitors to the seventh Munich wine and delicatessen exhibition can train their sense of taste. On March 9th and 10th, also private lovers of fine wines are invited to immerse in the zenith cultural Hall in the fascinating world of international wines in addition to professional wine connoisseurs of gastronomy and trade. In the luggage, the visiting wine producers have wines from Austria, Italy, Portugal, Spain, France and even Malta. The visitors have the opportunity to try sparkling Seccos liqueurs, spirits, olive or salami specialities as well. A total of 170 wine and delicatessen provider have secured a place on this year’s Munich wine and delicatessen exhibition. So are so many exhibitors like never before place. Premiere celebrates a special presentation with wines from the Moselle area.

Winemakers from 20 selected companies in the region show fans of German wines there their finest creations. And of course also the long-established special presentations are in addition to the new look Sudliche Weinstrasse, lower Austria and Styria. Visitors can join the stroll through the exhibition in the direct dialogue with the winemakers and personally pick up tips to the perfect wine for their taste. Equipped with a glass of wine, the wine fans in the stands get to know closer famous wine classic, but also unusual exotics. And who wants to cook the right Court to the new favorite wine in the evening, which will certainly find it at these new items of the exhibition: selected game specialities have delicacy traders this year for the first time as in the range such as fruity jam creations, fancy mustards and fragrant spices from all over the world. The wine fair Munich starts 9th and 10th March at 12 noon on the days of the exhibition, the ticket price is at the In person 10 euro. Venue of the exhibition is the zenith cultural Hall in Munich, which is easily accessible by public transport or car.

Either via the Metro line U6 towards Garching – Forschungszentrum / Frottmaning / pine garden with exit at the stop ‘Free man’. From there, it is a few minutes walk to the Hall. Who prefer travelling by car, expect about 1,000 parking spaces directly in front of the Hall. Visitors can look forward to a round and varied offer! Learn more about the event: reader requests and press contact: Alexander Tejkl, assessio GmbH – peace str. 1-82152 Krailling, – phone 0049 (0) 89 21 58 99 99 company: the assessio GmbH with headquarters in Krailling is one of the leading organisations in the field of wine and delicatessen measurement in the greater Munich area. And even though the assessio GmbH can be classified with its foundation in the year 2005 almost as a young company. The annual events in Starnberg and Munich have established itself among the exhibitors and visitors and enjoy great popularity. The growing number of visitors and the exhibitors back participation rates not least show. From 2011, the assessio GmbH organized also the wine fair of Furth, in the Stadthalle Furth. Highly motivated employees deal with the full support of exhibitors and visitors before and especially during the events.