Vermouth belongs to the world of spiced wines and originates from an infusion of aromatic plants, among which the most symbolic is surely artemisia (absinthe). Whether it is White, Rosé or Red, according to the disciplinary, it must contain at least 75% of wine, have an alcohol content between 15.5-22% and a residual sugar variable according to the type. The recipe is however very complex, secretly handed down from generation to generation and it requires hard and lengthy work for its realization. Founded by Carpano in a store in the city of Turin in 1786, in the course of the years this excellence has become the symbol of the Piedmontese aperitif and the main ingredient of famous cocktails, such as Negroni, Americano, Martini and Manhattan.
This one-of-a-kind spicy wine aged for 6 months in wooden barrels strengthens not only its color but also its balsamic character and the intensity of its flavors. Rich bouquet of bitter scents
Spiced wine made from a historical recipe of 1854. The mouthfeel is fresh and bitter with hints of orange peel, gentian and lemon balm
Spicy wine produced in Turin, with a palate balanced between sweet aromas and bitter notes, perfect served smooth or mixed in a cocktail