By: PetroMarine Energy Services, LTD
Grappa is an Italian spirit made from the skins, pulp, seeds, and stems (also known as pomace) of the grapes after the pressing for wine. Grappa usually contains between 35 to 60% alcohol.
Grappa is also a protected name in the European Union. It is produced under that name only in Italy, San Marino and Switzerland’s Italian canton. It is mostly colorless, but it can also be faintly colored due to the grapes used.