Adelaide Hills Rose VermouthAdelaide Hills Rose Vermouth
Adelaide Hills Rose Vermouth. Crafted from our unique 40/60 Torino blend and carefully selected Australian native botanicals, this Rosé Vermouth is driven by fruits of the forest characteristics and spicy pepper notes.
750mL | 18% Alc/Vol RS | 60g
The Adelaide Hills in South Australia is home to some of Australia’s most revered farms, orchards and gourmet producers, with its celebrated cool climate providing perfect conditions for growers and farmers alike. From this enviable landscape, we take the inspiration for Adelaide Hills Distillery. To use only the highest quality produce, sourced both locally and from other premium regions both interstate and around the world. To make use of the premium water available in our backyard. And to make this commitment to quality our driving philosophy.
Created upon a McLaren Vale Chenin Blanc foundation with the deep red fruit and spicy pepper characteristics of McLaren Vale Grenache and Shiraz, the Rosé Vermouth is aged in a mixture of old oak and stainless steel with our distinctive 40/60 traditional/modern Torino blend that complements the fruit driven palate.
Bordiga Vermut RossoBordiga Vermut Rosso
Bordiga Vermut Rosso. As with all the Bordiga vermouths, this has a super-fresh nose and fragrant nose, with notes that suggest cinnamon, licorice root, gentiane/quinine, candied bitter orange, sour berries, graphite and wild bitter herbs. That freshness and vibrancy continues on the palate, with complexity and purity a signature.
Cinq A Sept Extra Dry VermouthCinq A Sept Extra Dry Vermouth
Cinq A Sept Extra Dry Vermouth.
Cinq a Sept is French vernacular for the aperitif time of day. For the uninitiated, Vermouth is a wine based fortified aperitif typically having elements of herb, spice, citrus and bitterness. Most often the wine plays second fiddle to the recipe but with Cinq a Sept it shares equal billing.
Dry, bitter and fragrant. The Cinq a Sept Extra Dry is specifically designed for those that love a very dry Martini but can be used a range of cocktails. The components are Lemon and Grapefruit peel, Cardamom, Fennel seed, black Pepper, Rosemary, Thyme, Lemon Thyme, Tarragon, Oregano and Angelica. The palate has imperceptible sweetness and is quite (some would say very) bitter. Its a mixer. We love our version of a Dry and Dry using the ED and some Bundaberg Ginger beer but use it in anything for an aromatic lift and a bitter twist.
Cinq A Sept Vermouth Pinot NoirCinq A Sept Vermouth Pinot Noir
Cinq A Sept Vermouth Pinot Noir. Cinq a Sept is French vernacular for the aperitif time of day. For the uninitiated, Vermouth is a wine based fortified aperitif typically having elements of herb, spice, citrus and bitterness. Most often the wine plays second fiddle to the recipe but with Cinq a Sept it shares equal billing. Expect fresh raspberry fruit laced with refreshing herbs, exotic spice and mild bitterness. Great on ice with a slice of orange or grapefruit, longer with a dash of soda or as a bit player in cocktails like Negroni. Just two barrels produced a year and in very limited supply.
Gonzalez Byass Vermouth La Copa RojaGonzalez Byass Vermouth La Copa Roja
La Copa Vermouth
The first references of Vermouth in Gonzalez Byass go all the way back to 1896. Our inventory shows the existence of Vermouth between 1896 and 1926. First it was found in sections about imported wine and later, from 1909, it was included in the bottling in various regions.
The Vermouth La Copa range is based on these recipes and the label designs are referring to the ancient Vermouth labels recovered from Gonzalez Byass’ historical archives.
Gonzalez Byass Vermouth La Copa Roja is produced from 8 year old Oloroso and PX soleras blended with a mix of botanicals. These 8 botanicals (wormwood, savory, clove, orange, cinnamon, nutmeg, angelic root and cinchona bark) were carefully selected to achieve the perfect bitter-sweet, aromatic balance. Of course, like all good family recipes, the exact proportions are a closely guarded secret, kept under lock and key in the winery!
Maidenii Classic VermouthMaidenii Classic Vermouth
Maidenii Classic Vermouth. Pour a large measure of chilled Maidenii Classic Vermouth into a wine glass. Garnish with an orange wedge to enhance citrus notes.
Strawberry gum, wattle seed, river mint, sea parsley, orange zest, bay leaf, gentian root.
Roberto Amillo Vermut de Jerez Reserva EspecialRoberto Amillo Vermut de Jerez Reserva Especial
Roberto Amillo Vermut de Jerez Reserva Especial.
The vermouth at the end is a wine, the better components are used, the better the result.
We start from the base, using the best wines, Oloroso Seco, PX and yolk must aged in
American oak boots and macerated all with more than 30 herbs, roots and flowers in French oak.
It is recommended not to use ice and drink it in its purest form.
Iodized amber with touches of mahogany.
Intense. Very round, while complex.
Notes of American and French oak, balsamic sparkles, chocolate,
roasted, vanilla, citrus (orange peel), nutmeg, clove and black licorice are observed .
Well structured, very long and round entrance, which allows not finding tips,
giving a sense of harmony.
You can see the density and sweetness of the PX perfectly intermingled with
the dry Oloroso. Important presence of American oak and French oak, as well as
the contributions it facilitates as vanilla, greater structure or sweetness.
Routin Blanc VermouthRoutin Blanc Vermouth
Routin Blanc Vermouth
Vermouth Routin Blanc proudly bears the name of its inventor, Philibert Routin. It is inspired by his original recipe, devised more than a century ago and jealously guarded in a safe in his honour.
Made from plants, flowers and spices, macerated in local Chambéry wine for several weeks to allow each ingredient to fully develop. Vermouth Routin Blanc contains French wines only.
Vermouth Routin Blanc is made in Chambéry with French white Sauvignon wine, local Jacquère wine and an artful blend of 18 plants, flowers and spices. Its refined bouquet is characterised by aromatic thyme notes, as well as light spicy notes. Its very sweet taste and pale yellow colour lend it a distinctive character.
Vermouth Routin Blanc is traditionally served straight, on ice, with a lemon wedge or a pink grapefruit segment. It is also excellent in cocktails.
Distillery tip: as a long drink, diluted with sparkling water or slightly bitter tonic, Vermouth Routin Blanc is an apéritif favourite.
Storage advice: Unopened bottles of Vermouth should be kept upright, like spirits. Once opened, keep chilled. Like any fortified wine, Vermouth is sensitive to oxygen, which impairs its aromatic bouquet and its flavour. The cold slows oxidation of its aromas.
Routin Dry VermouthRoutin Dry Vermouth
Routin Dry Vermouth is made from 17 plants, flowers and spices and a subtle blend of French white wine of Sauvignon grape and regional wine of vineyard Jacquère. Its unique bouquet, its subtle dry taste, and its slightly golden colour, give it its distinctive character. Rose petals, juniper, rosemary, wormwood, and bitter almond are the principle flavor components, besides fine French wine, of course!