Vermouth

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  • "Torino" Red Vermouth

    The fame of Vermouth has indissoluble ties with Piedmont and with Turin in particular, where in the late 1700s the preparation of this aromatic wine was a true art; golden coloured, from 15 to 17 degrees of alcohol, scented with herbs and spices. The real “Vermouth di Torino”, the best and most prized had to be prepared with at least a quarter part of Moscato di Canelli. The remaining part must be made up of sweet or dry white wines. The wines of Tortona’s hills and Gavi wines are used for this purpose.
    Vine
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    Vinification
    Ageing
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    Pairing
    Ideal as an aperitif or as an indispensible ingredient for some of the most well-known cocktails.
    Colour
    Amber-flecked red.
    Aroma
    Spicy.
    Flavour
    Vibrant, full-bodied.

  • "Torino" White Vermouth

    The fame of Vermouth has indissoluble ties with Piedmont and with Turin in particular, where in the late 1700s the preparation of this aromatic wine was a true art; golden coloured, from 15 to 17 degrees of alcohol, scented with herbs and spices. The real “Vermouth di Torino”, the best and most prized had to be prepared with at least a quarter part of Moscato di Canelli. The remaining part must be made up of sweet or dry white wines. The wines of Tortona’s hills and Gavi wines are used for this purpose.
    Vine
    -
    Vinification
    Ageing
    -
    Pairing
    Ideal as an aperitif or as an indispensible ingredient for some of the most well-known cocktails.
    Colour
    Yellow with greenish tinges.
    Aroma
    Spicy.
    Flavour
    Vibrant, full-bodied.