Martini & Rossi Vermouth Rosso (15%)

Rosso vermouth is the original and first product of Martini & Rossi, from which the manufacture of their vermouths began in 1863. Rosso is the creation of Luigi Rossi, he originally developed this blend of local wines and Italian herbs. The recipe for the drink is, of course, a well-kept secret,…

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Dolin Dry Vermouth (17.5%)

The birthplace of vermouths is Italy, but they have also been produced in France since 1815. Together with Noilly Prat, Dolin is one of the most famous French vermouths. Dolin is made from Ugni Blanc wine where added 17 different herbs and spices and sweetened with sugar (25g per liter). Dolin…

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Perlino Rosso Vermouth (14.8%)

Perlino has more than a hundred years of history in the production of vermouths and sparkling wines. Perlino Rosso is made by macerating herbs in alcohol for 30 days. The herb mixture is then filtered and mixed with wine and sugar. White wine is used to produce the product, it gets…

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Cinzano Rosso Vermouth (15%)

Rosso was the first vermouth which Cinzano releases in Turin at 1757. It’s a blend of different white and red wines, sugar, wine distillates and over 35 different herbs and spices. The red colour it gets from the colourings, the red wine content is not so high, it’s mostly done from…

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Cinzano Extra Dry Vermouth (18%)

Cinzano is over 250 years old vermouth producer, owned nowadays by Gruppo Campari. Extra Dry vermouth is manufactured from dry white wine, slightly amount of sugar and over 35 different herbs. The receipt is secret for sure, but at least wormwood, cinnamon, clove, majoraan, thyme, yarrow and gentians are been used. 100…

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Cinzano Bianco Vermouth (15%)

Italian Cinzano have a long history, the company was established already at 1757 by brothers Giovanni Giacomo and Carlo Cinzano. It is nowadays owned by Campari, who bought it from Diageo at 1999. Cinzano is the second biggest vermouth producer at Italy (after Martini & Rossi) and their products are on…

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Perlino Bianco Vermouth (15%)

Perlino winehouse was established at 1905 by Giuseppe Perlino. At 1930 Perlino decides to focus on vermouths and sparkling wines and the production of the them have continued until these days. The company is still a family company, it was changed a corporation until at 2004.  The production of Bianco starts…

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Gancia Vermouth Extra Dry (18%)

Gancia wine house was established at 1850 by Carlo Gancia. He was the first italian, who develop sparking wine with traditional champagne method from moscato grapes. Gancia vermouths are well known for concept ‘Classic Italian Aperatif’. The secret recipe have been same from the beginning and consist exotic herbs from the…

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Filipetti Vermouth di Torino Bianco (14.80%)

The Filipetti winery was founded in 1922 by Giuseppe Filipetti, from the Piedmont region of northwestern Italy. The Piedmont region has more than 20,000 wine cellars and there has been produced more than 300 million liters of wine each year. The area is also the birthplace of vermouths. In the city…

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Martini & Rossi Vermouth Extra Dry (15%)

The extra dry vermouth of Italian Martini & Rossi is the result of 10 years of development. It was developed by the son of Luigi Rossi in 1890. The intention was to find a new kind of vermouth that would be different from the sweeter variations on the market. There was…

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