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Antica Torino Rosso Vermouth Di Torino (750ml)

SKU #1325996

The special new Antica Torino Vermouth is setting the new standard for this newly minted IGT regulations for this special category of aromatized wines. This spectacular product is created by two long time friends, wine and spirits industry veterans Vittorio Zoppi and Umbrian wine maker Filippo Antonelli. They've travelled all of Italy and the world learning about all things bitter. After exhaustive research they sat down to create the very best quality Vermouth Di Torino they possible could. Starting locally harvest ingredients such as wormwood, gentian, thyme, rhubarb, oregano and rosemary, they macerate in pure grape spirit for 30 days. Then to this tincture they add a dry white from Piemonte wine, 5% mosto of moscato and sweetened with beet sugar. It rests for up to 60 more days in steel before being lightly filtered, bottled and rested for an additional 30 days. This glorious and historically accurate recreation of the famous wine is one of the finest on the market. Meant to drink neat, in a cocktail or on the rocks with a spritz.

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