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  1. Carpano Antica Vermouth 375ml
  2. Dolin Dry Vermouth De Chambery

    Dolin Dry Vermouth De Chambery

    A historic vermouth brand, Dolin has been made to the same recipe in the Alpine hills around Chambéry since 1821, and was awarded the only Appellation d'Origine for vermouth in 1932. The Chambéry style flourished in the 19th and early 20th century, but Dolin is now the last remaining producer of Vermouth de Chambéry. Learn More
    $14.98
  3. Dolin Rouge Vermouth de Chambery

    Dolin Rouge Vermouth de Chambery

    A historic vermouth brand, Dolin has been made to the same recipe in the Alpine hills around Chambéry since 1821, and was awarded the only Appellation d'Origine for vermouth in 1932. The style is on the lighter and drier side, with this red variant being coloured by the herbs used, rather than by with a red wine base. Learn More
    $14.98
  4. Lillet Blanc

    Lillet Blanc

    Oranges, herbs and hints of flowers are pungent and balanced in the nose. Sweet on the tongue with flavors exploding into bright citrus flesh, piquant zest and earthy and aromatic herbs for balance. The finish leaves orange scented aromas lingering on the palate. Learn More
    $17.98
  5. Lillet Rose

    Lillet Rose

    Like Lillet Blanc, the main grape variety in Lillet Rosé is Sémillon. These wines are combined with natural liqueurs, handcrafted in Podensac from sweet and bitter oranges and berries. It is this meticulously balanced blend that gives Lillet Rosé its delicate aromas. -producer Learn More
    $17.98
  6. Lillet Rouge

    Lillet Rouge

    Herbs and berries mix with baking spices on the nose. On the palate it is gently sweet with deep herbal notes, orange zest and crushed flower petals. The dark green herbs carry through to a refreshing and dry finish. Learn More
    $17.98
  7. Miro Salvat 'Miro' Vermut Extra Dry

    Miro Salvat 'Miro' Vermut Extra Dry

    Made from Airén and Macabeo grapes, plus herbs sourced in the Pyrenees mountains and citrus from the Mediterranean, this deliciously dry vermouth is an homage to its Catalan origins. With bright juniper and lemon aromas, plus a touch of savory brininess, this is a fantastic aperitif or addition to a classic martini. Learn More
    $12.98
  8. Miro Salvat 'Miro' Vermut Rojo

    Miro Salvat 'Miro' Vermut Rojo

    A red vermouth made in Reus, Spain from primarily Macabeo grapes. Spanish red vermouths tastes sweeter and less bitter than their Italian counterparts, even though there is roughly 1/3 less actual sugar than an Italian rosso. This example retains aromatic red fruit and orange characteristics with cleansing herbal notes of oregano and anise. Learn More
    $12.98
  9. Noilly Prat Sweet Rouge Vermouth 375ml

    Noilly Prat Sweet Rouge Vermouth 375ml

    Pretty medium brown/chestnut color. Aroma is a banquet of dried and fresh herbs, roots, leaves, wine. Flavor profile offers richness, seductive bittersweet highlights. Long, succulent finish. Superb. Learn More
    $4.98
  10. Quady Vya Extra Dry Vermouth NV 375ml

    Quady Vya Extra Dry Vermouth NV 375ml

    Vya extra-dry vermouth is a whole new idea in dry vermouth. The objective was to give equal weight to the vinosity of the base wines (a mixture of Colombard and Orange Muscat), and to the selection of botanicals. The resulting vermouth is mysteriously engaging, wine-like with a note of coolness and with an aroma described as like being in a forest after a rain. Some 15 different botanicals: mainly leaves, flowers, citrus rind, and seeds were used. Lavender, sage, alfalfa, and linden are important constituents. To retain the delicate complex flavors of the base wines and the botanicals, Vya was minimally processed, like other fine white wines. Learn More
    $12.98

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