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Distillerie Berta

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Distillerie Berta

150 Reviews
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Michel T wrote a review Nov 2019
10 contributions1 helpful vote
We came 4 of us to visit Berta. The weather was very bad so nobody in the distillery. We could not see anything and the girl was quite rude when we have asked to visit the cellar. No visit without notification!! So we did not see anything and we have lost 2 hours in travelling. What a lost day and disapointment😩
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Date of experience: November 2019
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CarolienBAC wrote a review Nov 2019
Leuven, Belgium5,679 contributions411 helpful votes
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This grappa house sure is something to behold. Be sure to visit Distelleria Berta, because the premises and surroundings are absolutely breathtaking and you'll learn a lot about the history of the house Berta and the distilling process. Did you know that classical music is considered to be beneficial for the maturing process of the grappa? Me neither, but at distelleria Berta they have perfected every aspect of the grappa production process, so they play classical music in their fabulous cellars. A visit will leave you in awe and yes, the grappa is great. Though I would have preferred the lovely waitresses to be a bit more generous when pouring the grappa in our tasting glasses.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Karen Z wrote a review Jul 2019
Zurich, Switzerland108 contributions55 helpful votes
Distillerie Berta is situated in Piedmonte on the edge of the small village of Mombaruzzo. The main entrance building is built in the traditional Piedmonte style and houses a shop as well as a small museum where one can view the old bottles, stills and vehicles which were traditionally used in grappa making. The tour is comprehensive; explaining the grappa making process and showing the storage vaults and still used during the distillation process. After this, there was the opportunity to try a number of grappas and other distillates. Our tour guide was professional, knowledgable and enthusiastic about everything grappa related. Definitely worth a visit
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Tino G wrote a review Oct 2018
Melbourne, Australia23 contributions2 helpful votes
A great place to learn about and taste some premium grappa. The sales of amaretti biscuits are a bonus. Watch out for your buses!
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Omer G wrote a review Nov 2017
Tel Aviv, Israel20 contributions2 helpful votes
Great tour, beautiful museum. Very generous tasting of grappas and other distillates. Very helpful staff. Don't forget to book a tour.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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