Monday, July 23, 2012

A tour of the Levi Serafino distillery today

Of course followers of the Italian scene know that Romano Levi, the "Angelic" grappa maker, died back in 2008 at the age of 79. What is perhaps less well known is that grappa is still made at his old distillery today. Recently two videos were put up on YouTube showing the process and the people currently working at the still. If you are as fond of the Levi grappas as I am then you won't wait to check these out.

In Italian, with electronic flute and keyboard.

Part one, collecting the pumice and working the still.

Part two, bottling, labelling, and an oral history.

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