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Grappa

Grappa (as well as French Marc) is distilled from grape pomace, meaning the skins, pips and other residues of wine fermentation left behind after the grapes are pressed. They can be aged in barrels, which gives them a golden hue, but are often sold directly after being distilled, as white spirits.