The viscous syrup made by boiling the must is rich in energy. It contains vitamins A and C, B complex vitamins and minerals such as potassium, phosphorus, magnesium, manganese, iron and calcium.
It does not contain preservatives, pigments and sugar.
It concentrates most of the therapeutic ingredients of the grape and is usually used:
• as it is in small “morning shots” for immediate energy empowerment: an excellent source of iron (helps to fight anemia), has soothing properties for the neck, works as an antidepressant
• cooking for marinades, especially with vinegar in sweet sauces and balsamic in salads
• confectionery as a sweetener in beverages, yoghurt, mucilage and especially syrup in homemade pancakes