Grappa is an alcoholic drink: a fragrant, grape-based pomace brandy of Italian heritage that has 35 to 60 percent alcohol by volume (70 to 120 US proof). Grappa is traditionally made in Northern Italy and is also widely consumed outside the region.

It tastes more like sour plums with a twist of honey. It uses the pomace of Recioto di Amarone, which is a sweet dessert wine. Also, the age factor plays a considerable role in the taste of Grappa. Fresh fruit (peaches, pears, apples, pineapples, berries) goes well with a young and fragrant grappa.

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The cocktail is made with white smooth grappa, lemon juice, honey mix (made with chamomile infusion if desired), chamomile cordial, and optionally egg white. The dots in the name emphasize the origin of the Grappa. They unite two of the most famous Grappa regions in one word. "Ve" stands for Venezia, or Venice and "to" stands for Trentino Alto Adige.