Premium Tyrolean apricot brandy, 100% distillate
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The fine aroma of a mild summer evening and the subtle scent of fully-ripened apricots - this is the perfect harmony of a high-end brandy deluxe. Subtle, succulent and direct, with an elegant, blushing hint of almond.
Premium apricot brandy shoult not to be stored in the refridgerator or anywhere below 8°C!
About the Apricot Brandy
For “Unser Herzstück” Apricot Brandy, only sun-ripened and hand-picked apricots from the Southern Tyrolean orchards of Vintschgau are utilised. These fruits adore warmth and sunshine, not too much rain, abundant wind and loose, not too rich soil: the Vintschgau valley provides it all to make our apricots thrive!
The result is a 100% pure, unfiltered distillate of absolute prime quality, which after complete fermentation and double distillation is left to mature cautiously for at least two more years.
Where does the apricot come from?
The “Marille” designation for apricot is used customarily in Austria, Southern Tyrol and parts of Bavaria. The fruits were already known in Armenia in ancient times. Because they were cultivated there long ago, it has become an accepted fact that apricots stem from Armenia. The botanical name „Prunus armeniaca“ is also based on this derivation. Other sources suggest that China might be genetically its country of origin, whereas other arguments are strongly in favour of India as place of the apricot’s original cultivation.
Nowadays apricots are produced especially in Mediterranean countries like Spain or Italy. However, these succulent fruits are harvested between mid-July and mid/end of August also in more northerly regions like Vinschgau in Southern Tyrol and Wachau in Austria.