Vermouth - Enough Vermouth to fill the gap

Vermouth is back! It was never really gone, but the reputation of the wine, flavoured and spiced with countless botanicals, is experiencing an enormous and deserved upswing today. As a component of many cocktails, Vermouth belongs in every bar. In Italy and Spain it is part of everyday life, as it is already enjoyed at lunch pure and garnished with ice and orange peel. We can learn a lot from our fellow men. Take life as it comes: Bitter - like a fine Vermouth.

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Noilly Prat Original Dry Vermouth 1,0 l - Noilly Prat & Cie
Noilly Prat Original Dry Vermouth 1,0 l - Noilly Prat & Cie
Noilly Prat & CieFranceVermouth
14.94 £*
Content 1 liter(s)
70235-FR-SP-002
Kaufe 12, zahle 11!
Lillet Blanc - Lillet Freres
Lillet Blanc - Lillet Freres
Lillet FreresFrancemild - doux - sweet - dolce
16.09 £* £16.67 *
Content 0.7 liter(s) (£22.99 * / 1 liter(s))
70265-SP-LI-001
Kaufe 12, zahle 11!
Lillet Rouge - Lillet Freres
Lillet Rouge - Lillet Freres
Lillet FreresFrancemild - doux - sweet - dolce
16.67 £*
Content 0.7 liter(s) (£23.81 * / 1 liter(s))
70265-SP-LI-002
Kaufe 12, zahle 11!
Lillet Rosé - Lillet Freres
Lillet Rosé - Lillet Freres
Lillet FreresFrancemild - doux - sweet - dolce
16.08 £* £16.67 *
Content 0.7 liter(s) (£22.97 * / 1 liter(s))
70265-SP-LI-003
Vermouth Bordiga Rosso - Bordiga
Vermouth Bordiga Rosso - Bordiga
BordigaItalymild - doux - sweet - dolce
21.84 £*
Content 0.5 liter(s) (£43.68 * / 1 liter(s))
70125-IT-SP-01
Belsazar Vermouth Rosé 17,5% - Belsazar
Belsazar Vermouth Rosé 17,5% - Belsazar
BelsazarGermanyVermouth
18.27 £*
Content 0.7 liter(s) (£26.10 * / 1 liter(s))
70012-DE-SP-01
Belsazar Vermout White 18% - Belsazar
Belsazar Vermout White 18% - Belsazar
BelsazarGermanyVermouth
24.02 £*
Content 0.7 liter(s) (£34.31 * / 1 liter(s))
70012-DE-SP-02
La Quintinye Vermouth Royal Blanc - Maison Villevert
La Quintinye Vermouth Royal Blanc - Maison Villevert
Maison VillevertFrancesweetVermouth
24.02 £*
Content 0.7 liter(s) (£34.31 * / 1 liter(s))
70602-FR-SP-01
Lustau Vermut White - Emilio Lustau
Lustau Vermut White - Emilio Lustau
Emilio LustauSpainsweetVermouth
20.58 £*
Content 0.75 liter(s) (£27.44 * / 1 liter(s))
70012-ES-SP-001
Lustau Vermut Red - Emilio Lustau
Lustau Vermut Red - Emilio Lustau
Emilio LustauSpainsweetVermouth
20.58 £*
Content 0.75 liter(s) (£27.44 * / 1 liter(s))
70012-ES-SP-002
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Vya Vermouth sweet - Quady Winery
Vya Vermouth sweet - Quady Winery
Quady WineryUSAsweetVermouth
29.31 £*
Content 0.75 liter(s) (£39.08 * / 1 liter(s))
70172-US-SP-01
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Vya Vermouth sweet 0,375 l - Quady Winery
Vya Vermouth sweet 0,375 l - Quady Winery
Quady WineryUSAsweetVermouth
15.86 £*
Content 0.375 liter(s) (£42.29 * / 1 liter(s))
70172-US-SP-02
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More Vermouth in life

The ancient Vermouth has been delighting people for centuries, if not thousands of years. Once consumed with the pretext of a remedy for indigestion and jaundice, today we are more honest with ourselves and our taste. Vermouth opens up an incredible world of aromatic wine, bitter wormwood and a multitude of herbs, spices and other fine ingredients. So you wormwood sisters and wormwood brothers, grab your loved ones and enjoy the fine life with an excellent Vermouth - pure or as a cocktail. Your choice, your Vermouth wine.

Wermut's unique taste

The taste of the fortified wine called Vermouth - or Wermut - is marked by the wine and of course the bitter aroma of wormwood. The composition with 75% wine and a mixture of sugar, botanicals and alcohol, often Brandy, is firmly prescribed. Vermouth can be divided into three categories, which are formed by the wine varieties. Sweet and red, sweet and white, dry and white - the rest is in the hands of the manufacturers. How many botancials, herbs and spices that producers of Vermouth use or even know lies in the stars. Anything you can say for sure about Vermouth; every combination is unique.

It all began in Piedmont

The Italian distiller Antonio Benedetto Carpano experimented with flavours and set himself the goal of developing a drink suitable for women. Wine made from the aromatic Muscatel grape variety, sugar, alcohol and a mixture of about 30 herbs - Wermut was born. Carpano began selling the bitter-sweet and fortified wine in 1786. At some courts of the European monarchs Wermut became the court drink. Not just with the ladies. A fact that helped the popularity of the spirit to new heights. A short up and down and already we have arrived today. Vermouth, another name for Wermut, can be found in every bar and perhaps soon on your shelves. Because Vermouth is not only used in all kinds of cocktails, but will also convince you as a solo entertainer.

The production process of fine Vermouth wines

It begins as so often on the vineyards. Vermouth consists of 75% white wine and sometimes red wine. It doesn't matter where the wine comes from, as long as it fits, according to the producer's taste, for his future Vermouth. This is followed by the addition of a distillate, often brandy. The alcohol content of the Vermouth is defined as 14.5 to 21.9 percent by volume. Vermouth wouldn't be Vermouth wouldn't be Vermouth in there. Besides Artemisia absinthium, the botanical term for Vermouth, the distillers enrich their creation with diverse and often secret botancials. Juniper, vanilla, lemon peel, for example, are added either by maceration, the action of herbs and spices in alcohol, or by a process similar to the percolation of Gin. The botanicals are stored in sieves, through which the gaseous alcohol is passed and extracts the aroma from the herbs and spices. Finally, wine and the botanical extract are combined and filtered. The Vermouth is done.
Vermouth has four supporting components for the exquisite taste of the high-quality spirits. bitterness, sweetness, acidity and the aroma of botanicals. Bitterness through the wormwood, sweetness through sugar and acidity through wine. Vermouth becomes unique through the Botanicals, whose composition can become a demanding puzzle for the manufacturers. A foretaste of the aromas of a wormwood.

  • Bitter substances: cinchona bark, iris, calamus, liquorice root, bark of the cascara tree, angelica root
  • Fruit: peel of orange, lemon, pomelo, clementine, lime, grapefruit and tangerine, gooseberry, currant, rhubarb, raspberry
  • Herbs: juniper, mugwort, lavender, camomile, ginger, fern, oregano, marjoram, kaffir lime tree leaves, gentian, sage
  • Spices: cinnamon, vanilla, coriander, clove, nutmeg, star anise, lemon grass, cardamom, tonka bean, saffron

Anything is permitted as long as the selection is in harmony with the remaining ingredients and is not highly toxic.

Our VINELLO recommendation

Belsazar Vermouth White 18% - Belsazar

A symbiosis of many years of Baden expertise in distilling and Berlin's creative vein. The Belsazar Vermouth White transports mild and sweet aromas of vanilla, dried peach and oranges in combination with inviting herbs and spices. A fine white wine from the Markgräflerland serves as a base and is enriched with the structure of a Schladerer fruit brandy. One Vermouth, two homes, endless possibilities. Whether as a simple aperitif or as a summer cocktail with tonic, ice and a slice of lemon. The Vermouth White by Belsazar - Berlin, Baden, bitter - also as Rosé.

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In the past, Vermouth was often used to cover up the nasty aromas of wine. Today, of course, no longer - everything is of impeccable quality.

Vermouth Bordiga Rosso 0,5 l - Bordiga

Copper-red Vermouth from home. An abundance of delicate and sweet spices, perfectly matched with spicy roots, herbs and floral notes, form a harmonious and invigorating Vermouth. Graphically designed in the style of the 1940s, the Vermouth Bordiga Rosso from Bordiga revives old times and excellent cocktails. 4cl gin, 2cl Bordiga Rosso, a shot of Angostura Bitter, serve on ice and enjoy the gin Manhattan. Cheers!

Belsazar Vermouth White 18% - Belsazar

A symbiosis of many years of Baden expertise in distilling and Berlin's creative vein. The Belsazar Vermouth White transports mild and sweet aromas of vanilla, dried peach and oranges in combination with inviting herbs and spices. A fine white wine from the Markgräflerland serves as a base and is enriched with the structure of a Schladerer fruit brandy. One Vermouth, two homes, endless possibilities. Whether as a simple aperitif or as a summer cocktail with tonic, ice and a slice of lemon. The Vermouth White by Belsazar - Berlin, Baden, bitter - also as Rosé.

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In the past, Vermouth was often used to cover up the nasty aromas of wine. Today, of course, no longer - everything is of impeccable quality.

Vermouth Bordiga Rosso 0,5 l - Bordiga

Copper-red Vermouth from home. An abundance of delicate and sweet spices, perfectly matched with spicy roots, herbs and floral notes, form a harmonious and invigorating Vermouth. Graphically designed in the style of the 1940s, the Vermouth Bordiga Rosso from Bordiga revives old times and excellent cocktails. 4cl gin, 2cl Bordiga Rosso, a shot of Angostura Bitter, serve on ice and enjoy the gin Manhattan. Cheers!

Worth knowing about Vermouth

What is Vermouth wine?

Vermouth is a flavoured and fortified wine. It consists of 75% wine, alcohol, sugar and a mixture of various herbs, fruits and spices. As the name suggests, wormwood is always present as a basic ingredient. A Wermut wine is defined with an alcohol content of 14.5 to 21.9% vol. Vermouth is typically a bitter and sweet spirit and is divided into three different types. Red and sweet, white and sweet as well as white and dry.

What goes with Vermouth?

Wormwood is a classic beverage for all kinds of cocktails. Manhattan, Blue Eyes, Bikini, Campari Soda are a few delicious examples. But also pure or with a dash of soda and an orange peel Vermouth is optimal for hot days and fresh nights.

How do you store Vermouth?

Vermouth is not suitable for prolonged storage and should be drunk rather than stored. Until then, the wormwood wine should be stored in a cool and dark place, preferably in the refrigerator.

How long does an open bottle of wormwood last?

An open bottle of wormwood loses quality over time. It is not advisable to keep an open bottle for longer than 3 months. Just close the Vermouth again and keep it in the fridge.

What is the ideal drinking temperature of Vermouth?

There is no universal drinking temperature for wormwood. Different temperatures are suitable for different preparations. Just try everything and discover the Vermouth as you like it.

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Better to drink bitter than live bitter. With a high-quality Vermouth, a noble spirit is at your disposal for mixing and enjoying, which opens up new possibilities day after day. From Piedmont to Bordeaux to California, we have put together an exquisite selection of aromatic Vermouth wines for you. Try the return of one of the most famous and iconic spirits on VINELLO. Find your favorite Vermouth cheap and online. Buy your Vermouth on VINELLO and experience our fast and insured delivery. We take that full aroma, taste and enjoyment comes to you. VINELLO - Your wine trade for bitter moments in illustrious company.

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