Classick Posted March 9, 2013 Share Posted March 9, 2013 Hey everyone, I have a client that is thinking about aging some grappa i made for them, but as i have never really put anything into wood, i must admit i am at a loss on how to counsel them. I was hoping there might be some folks on here willing to share some information/technique I believe most spirits go into wood around 138 proof, is that about right? and if thats the case, would the same application apply to grappa? Im not yet sure which kind of barrel they are planning to use, if they will be used wine barrels, new barrels, etc, and i know that will affect the technique to a degree, but for the moment i am just looking for advice on the dilution side of things. Anyone have any insight to share, or willing to point me in the right direction? Thanks much Dave Jr Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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