Dry Oloroso and sweet Moscatel are blended and aged in solera for 7 years. Flavors are incredible, decadent notes of vanilla and spices mingling with wood antique varnishes. Palate is smooth with a medium sweet finish.
In a 200-year-old company with sixteen bodegas, sometimes surprising things get found. In this case, Barbadillo discovered old tonic wines of indet...View full details
Pronounced 'Quin-Tea-Knee', this is thought to be the first vermouth to be based on Pineau des Charentes, along with white wines from the Southwest...View full details
Produced at the historic Antica Distilleria Quaglia in Castenuovo Don Bosco, Piedmonte, by the modern vermouth master, Federico Ricatto, Volume Pri...View full details
Bodegas Yuste has joined the quality vermouth scene with this remarkable product, crafted from a treasured 19th-century family recipe and an idea t...View full details
“Whisper” refers to the soft whisper of herbs in this Vya Vermouth, appropriate when looking for a lighter style of aperitif wine, used alone or to...View full details