Ultimate Beverage Challenge 87 points - Skewed toward the savory, aromas are reminiscent of briny olives and cured lemon peel. Dry and minerally in the mouth, orange flesh and zest are partnered with subtle green herbs to create a refreshing profile. (Apr 2016)
Fortified wine from Italy that is distilled with a combination of more than 30 herbs and spices including sage, coriander, allspice and Roman comomile. Dry vermouth means that it is not sweet and fortified means that brandy has been added to it. Used as an ingredient in many cocktails, the most well known being the Martini. Also used in many cooking recipes. It is shelf stable and can be stored without refrigeration for up to a year.