Fortified wine from Italy that is distilled with a combination of more than 30 herbs and spices including sage, coriander, allspice and Roman camomile. Dry vermouth means that it is not sweet. Fortified means that brandy has been added to it.
Sweet for an 'extra dry' Vermouth with aromas of ripe grapes, pine needles and spearmint. Made in the United States.
In Noilly Prat, premium French wines exclusively Blanc de Blancs and exotic herbs are gently stirred together before final aging so that the flavors of the herbs are gradually absorbed in to the wine. The result is a delicate yet flavorful vermouth excellent for cooking, drink straight or enjoying in mixed cocktails. All over the world Noilly Prat is the distinctive drink of the connoisseur and the vermouth of choice among culinary professionals.
Cinzano Extra Dry Vermouth - A clean, clear straw color. Herbal, bitter notes mingle with citrus fruit on the nose. Distinctive citrus flavors in the mouth. A lighter, fresher, and drier variety than the typical Vermouth.
Vibrant and decidedly complex. A delicate infusion of botanicals from cold extraction, including Roman Artemisia, Cinchona Bark, Orris Root, Ceylon Cinnamon, Lemon Peel, Tansy Herb, Juniper Berries, Yarrow Flower.
Lionello Stocks original recipe for Stock Vermouth is based on a combination of fortified Italian table wine with more than 50 delicately infused natural herbs, spices, roots and seeds.
Domestic dry (not sweet) white vermouth. Vermouth is a fortified wien made frome wine, spirits herbs, and spices.