Cocchi Riserva La Venaria Reale Vermouth di Torino

Dessert wine & other fortified wines | Italy
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Dessert wine & other fortified wines | Italy
Vermouth di Torino
Amber-brown, sweet, raisin notes, blood grapefruit notes, minty, minty notes, light flowery notes, hint of liquorice, herbal notes, multi-dimensional, long
  • ALCOHOL
    18.0%
  • SUGAR
    200.0 g/l
  • ENERGY
    180.0 Kcal / 100ml
  • PACKAGING
    bottle
  • PACKAGE SIZE
    6 items
  • CLOSURE
    plastic closure
  • PRODUCER
    Giulio Cocchi
  • EXTRACT
    220.0 g/l
  • SELECTION
    limited quantity product
PRODUCT NUMBER
375287

Vermouth is a fortified and aromatised wine that was originally developed for medicinal purposes. It can contain dozens of spices. The exact recipe is often a secret.

Vermouth is typically flavoured with wormwood extracts.  The colour ranges from light to red and the sweetness from dry to sweet. You can discern herbal, citrus, lightly bitter, spicy and frugal notes in vermouths. The spices in light, sweet vermouths are often softer and less bitter than in red, sweet vermouths.

Vermouth is used as an aperitif, for socialising and in mixed drinks.

Light, dry and dryish vermouths are great aperitifs and can also be served on their own. They are also used as ingredients in many classic cocktails, such as Dry Martini. Many famous cocktails also include sweet vermouths: you cannot make a Negroni or Americano without red vermouth.

Used as an aperitif, vermouth should be served chilled, at 10–12°C, or on the rocks. For socialising, serve slightly chilled, at 14–16°C.

Light, dry and dryish vermouths add elegant herbal and spicy flavours to vegetable, fish and chicken dishes or sauces.




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