Vermouth di Torino Dry
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This award winning Dry Vermouth has been classified with the highest appellation of di Torino based on higher alcohol content, origination from Piedmont, and flavored mainly with Artemisia along with other herbs and spices.
Trebbiano is used for the base wine. This Dry Vermouth has sweet coriander aromas with citrus fruits and hints of juniper, elderberry flower, and rosemary. Has a lower PH level than other vermouths to allow the flavors to come out and be enjoyed to the fullest. Excellent as an aperitif, or married with gin, whisky, and cider. 18% ABV.
About the Producer
The oldest known producer of Vermouth in Piemonte, Casa Martelletti is located in the center of the small town of Cocconato, in the heart of Asti. The elegant 17th century mansion clinging to the hillside has become a landmark in the area. Part of the complex was a pharmacy brimming with exotic herbs and spices, as Vermouths were originally used for medicinal purposes - the recipe hails from the 1700s and can be viewed in a museum. Today, Casa Martelleti still produces its famed Vermouths, that can be enjoyed as aperitifs or in cocktails.