WHAT IS VERMOUTH?
'Vermouth' is a wine, typically white, or aromatic wormwood flavored with various aromatic herbs and spices, fortified with quality grape alcohol. The alcohol content of vermouth typically ranges between 16 and 22 degrees per liter.
It's a perfect aperitif that offers endless possibilities. Ideal for opening the appetite and chatting with friends.
These wines are typically European, with a characteristic aroma that lends them a particular elegance for a cocktail or aperitif. Generally, you can find two types: red and white.
Red vermouth (Italian) is sweet, while white vermouth (French) is dry, with a higher alcohol content as a rule.
Italians, as in many things, have gained a strong foothold in this type of beverage and are significant producers of it. Here, you will find three types of this internationally known and recognized Italian vermouth.