Tosolini Most Ice is a new product from Bepi Tosolini, an Acquavite d’Uva that is designed to be served at sub-zero temperatures – Tosolini recommend serving it at -10°c. Acquavite d’Uva is a sort of intermediate product between Grape Brandy and Grappa. It is made by distilling wine (like a brandy) but also with the grape must as well (Grappa is fermented grape must by itself). It is made from a blend of typical Fruilian grape varietes such as Cabernet, Merlot, Tocai and Pinot Grigio. Although Bepi Tosolini is a very traditional producer and distiller they have also always been at the forefront of innovation and development (they were the first Grappa producer to age Grappa in ash barrels for example). Tosolini Most Ice is distilled in a traditional copper alembic pot still. When served Sottozero (sub-zero) reveals a surprising bouquet and is dry and fruity. It can be served sub-zero on its own, with a small dish of sour cherries, which one should eat before one tries the Most, or in cocktails.