The pomace is distilled by the “Ancient Distillery Domenico Sibona,” with alembics in discontinuous double boilers, allowing for a limited quantity of Barolo grappa at 43°.
A rest period of about one year in large barrels of approx. 30hl.
The label bears the coat of arms of the local noble family, with a black hawk against a gilt backdrop. The Latin inscription “Probasti me et cogniusti me” means “You tried me, you knew me.”
The Albeisa – from the name of the city of Alba – it is the iconic bottle created by Renato Ratti in 1973, desired as a way of identifying the uniqueness of a territory and its wines.
A smooth, well-rounded and velvety product. To be offered at a temperature of 10°/12°.