A classic red vermouth that evokes the herbaceous and medicinal aromas of the vermut pre-lunch drink which Spanish people enjoyed religiously every Sunday at noon at neighborhood bars or cafés.
A very expressive nose with aromas of sweet spices – in particular cinnamon and cloves – with lots of candied fruits. A creamy and fresh palate that gives way to a finish reminiscent of slightly bitter Mediterranean herbs. Serve with tomato juice and some lemon juice, Lea & Perrins, Tabasco and salt & pepper.
Gold medal: International Wine Awards 2017
92 points: Penin Spirits & Cocktail Guide 2017