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The Sensory Richness of Grappa

The Sensory Richness of Grappa

A unique source of hedonism: the SUBJECTIVE COMPONENT

A glass of grappa is characterized by the presence of hundreds of different molecules, all of which are perceived differently in relation to the chemical category they belong to and the ratios present.
For instance, a moscato grappa expresses the character of the vine from which it comes, or in any case the sensations it confers are to some extent shared. But it’s not so simple and objective: evaluation of these components varies not only in relation to your ability to perceive these olfactory stimuli, but also and in particular in relation to the way your brain interprets the stimuli provided by the molecules and their mix.
The consequence of this interpretative mechanism is that each individual tasting a grappa is perceiving it in a way that is unique to them – there are as many grappas as there are tasters.
The evocative power of the aromatic molecules emanating from a glass of grappa directly impacts the taster’s olfactory memory, conjuring vivid memories of real-life experiences and sensations related to similar olfactory stimuli. The mechanism engenders an instant emotional resonance with the drinker, reigniting memories and allowing them to relive those moments once more.