Bassano is also considered a bit like the capital of the Italian grappa, mostly for the association with the name of the brandy. Grappa is an alcoholic beverage, a grape-based pomace brandy that contains 35%-60% alcohol by volume (70 to 120 US proof). "Grappa" is a protected legal name to define only the pomace brandy made in Italy and in San Marino with local grapes: it is made from the distillation of pomace from the racking of red wines. The name probably derives from the term "graspo" which in the Triveneto dialect means "branch of grapes". There seems to be therefore no relationship with Mount Grappa, and even with Bassano del Grappa.
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