(10.45 € unidad)
This exceptional Vermouth, completely handmade, is produced from a selection of Oloroso and Pedro Ximénez wines from the Manuel Aragón Winery, which is macerated with plants such as absinthe, gentian and orange peel, along with spices and other plants. aromatic.
It has a dark mahogany color, with coppery undertones. Aromatic, it is appreciated in it the nuances provided by the spices and fruits that are used in its preparation. Sweet on the palate, it has a balanced acidity that is very pleasant.
Drink in a large glass with lots of ice and a lemon wedge or an orange slice. Ideal appetizer to take with olives, mussels, smoked fish, any seafood product and all kinds of fish: tuna, cod, salmon, anchovies.
According to an ancient story, this type of drink was invented by Hippocrates, a famous doctor and philosopher of antiquity, born in 460 BC. C. He put wormwood flowers and dittamus leaves to macerate in wine and obtained what in the Middle Ages was called Hippocratic wine or herbal wine. Later recreated in Italy at the end of the 18th century, acquiring an industrial character, arriving in Spain a century later.
The Artisan Vermouth of Manuel Aragón dispenses with industrial elaboration, maintaining a completely handmade elaboration to return to the roots of this type of product and thus achieve the highest quality and excellence for consumer satisfaction.
Name: Artisan Vermouth
Type of wine: Vermouth
Grape variety: Palomino and Pedro Ximénez
Type of aging: Vintage
Alcoholic degree: 15%
Sanitary Registry No.: 30.2.634-CA
Tasting notes: It has a dark mahogany color, with coppery hues. In its fragrant aroma, the nuances provided by the spices and fruits that are used in its preparation stand out, being able to detect the essences of cinnamon, thyme, orange peel and vanilla. Sweet on the palate, it has a very balanced acidity, resulting in powerful as well as very pleasant
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Ideal to accompany olives, mussels, clams, smoked fish, any seafood product and all kinds of fish: tuna, cod, salmon, anchovies.
In a large glass add a lot of ice, squeeze a little lemon and add a slice of lemon.
Alternatively we can substitute lemon for orange.