Prior to distillation,
3 pounds of grapes are added to due'
merlot vodka and to the chardonnay vodka.
is quadruple distilled, using a true four-column distilling process.
The four column distilling process produces the purest vodka.
The six grains*
used to produce due'
soft grains. The reason soft grains are preferable to hard grains
is that soft grains are richer in Type A starch. This starch converts
itself into a very pure form of sucrose, while Type B starch (typical
of hard grains) contains imprities that cause the sucrose to be
less pure. The higher the quality of the sucrose, the cleaner and
smoother the alcohol obtained after distillation.
Only the purest
Italian Alpine spring water is used.
are made with a higher percentage of the distilled product than
We take 15% off of the top and off of bottom, leaving only the best
70%, which is then filtered and made into the finest vodka. This
means that less filtration is necessary, which allows the gentle
flavors of the pure, distilled vodka to come through.
Genuine is filtered through charcoal and crushed Italian marble.
The filtration through marble cleans and stabilizes the distillate
Vodka, contributing to its smooth character.
Before bottling, we filter due'
one last time through cellulose panels with a porosity of only two
microns. This results in exceptionally pure vodka.
Bolero (Italy) Pandas (italy) Soisson (France) Bussard (Germany)
Capo (Austria) and Northern Spring (USA)