Wine Enthusiast 98 points - Smells of ripe grapes, grape must and lead pencil in the initial whiffs; air contact stimulates baking spices, black currants, jasmine, pepper and paraffin. Entry is crisp, tart and intensely ripe; midpalate highlights black grape to maximum concentration. Finishes bittersweet to sweet..November/2008
Ultimate Beverage Challenge 95 points - A big bouquet of roses, jasmine, and other heady summer blooms upon entry, plus a whiff of summer Concord grapes. On the palate, it’s delightfully waxy and grapey, giving way to spiced notes and mint tea on the finish..March/2017
“Sarpa” in Venetian dialect means “grape-pomace”, the raw material from which Grappa is made. Sarpa di Poli is obtained from the pomace of grape varieties with floral and delicately herbaceous aromas, distilled by means of steam in a pot-still working in small batches.