Poli Museo della Grappa

Poli Grappa Museum




Grappa in Italy

  Italy is the ideal place for grapes, thanks to its mild and favourable climate. Extending into the Mediterranean Sea like a magnificent garden, Italy’s terroir  offers tastes and bouquets of extraordinary variety. And it is this land that gave rise to Grappa, the quintessential Italian distillate, unique in the world for... GO
Grappa in Italy

Piedmont

Piedmont enjoys an old distilling tradition, also thanks to the enormous wealth of its vineyards that offer quality marcs from red grapes such as Nebbiolo, Dolcetto and Barbera, but also white types such as White Muscat, Arneis, Erbaluce, etc. The Piedmontese call Grappa “branda”. In respect for the most genuine hand-made tradition,... GO
Piedmont

Lombardy

The art of distillation in Lombardy has it roots in a past full of tradition and names that have rightfully won fame in that activity. The Jesuit father Francesco Terzi Lana (Brescia, 1631 - 1681) applied his knowledge of physics to distillation, devoting a third volume of his best-known work Magisterium Naturae to it. According to some non... GO
Lombardy

Trentino

Quality and respect for the tradition make the Trentino a territory with excellent Grappas. Trentino distillates flow limpid from the stills, offering the taster all their particular aromas due not only to the vine species cultivated, but also to the careful and skilful hands of man. Grappa has belonged to the traditions of the people of Trentino... GO
Trentino

Upper Adige / South Tyrol

The South Tyrol or Upper Adige is the name of this mainly mountainous region set amidst splendid peaks and valleys full of history. The Romans crossed it to conquer the ancient Germany, as did Frederick Barbarossa in order to enter Italy. The proud population of the Upper Adige managed to transform rough and often poor areas of arable plains into a... GO
Upper Adige / South Tyrol

Veneto

Venice, Bassano del Grappa and Monte Grappa are names that, for various reasons, have been linked to aqua-vitae for centuries. Even if a relationship between the word Grappa and the mountain of the same name cannot be established with certainty, these lands have had an old and fundamental role in the production of our distillate. And why is there... GO
Veneto

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia is a land with a rich cultural and wine-making heritage. Its tradition of distilling is centuries old and firmly-established among the people of Friuli. Following the Venetian Republic’s dominion of Friuli, starting gradually in the 15th century, the aqua-vitae trade enjoyed new developments thanks to the Padua doctor... GO
Friuli Venezia Giulia

The rest of Italy

The autonomous region of Val d’Aosta still enjoys the possibility of producing home-made Grappa, and has only a few distilleries that operate in the sector of quality rather than quantity. Liguria sends a good part of its excellent marc to the neighbouring Piedmont and has about ten internal firms among direct producers and those that acquire... GO
 The rest of Italy