Tosolini Grappa Tocai Susin is a grappa aged in Plum wood casks and is much more like a fine brandy than a standard grappa. The history of Tosolini grappa begins after World War II, when Bepi Tosolini dedicated himself to perfecting the art of grappa production. A passionate cultivator of his lands traditions and a revolutionary in his field, Bepi was the first to obtain a clear, limpid distillate through an innovative ageing process in ash barrels. Using only the freshest premium grapes, Bepi achieved a final product with an exceptional aroma, flavour and smoothness that has forever transformed grappa into an elite drink for the most refined palates. Today, Bepi Tosolini represents the highest expression of quality in the grappa sector. Located at the foot of the eastern Friulian hills, Tosolinis modern facility maintains its original installations and ensures the authenticity of its product. The art inspired by Bepi Tosolini lives on in his successors, now third-generation distillers. His son Giovanni, along with his grandchildren Giuseppe, Bruno and Lisa, now carry on the Tosolini legacy. Together, they strive to keep the craftsmanship and excellence of Master Bepi alive through a relentless pursuit of quality and purity. Maturing and ageing give the distillate the softness that comes from slow oxidation. At Tosolini, it is equally crucial that wood ageing not impart any undesirable flavours into the distillate. Hence, the spirits are aged in ashwood. The intention is not to produce a cognac-style spirit, which reflects the character from its cask ageing, but rather to enhance the delicate aromas obtained from the grape must with the light and well-integrated flavours in the wood. Tosolini Grappa Tocai Susino is made from the distillate of Tocai grape pomace and then cask aged in Susino Bariques (barrels made from the wood of a plum tree).