Lodeiros VermouthLodeiros red vermouth is made according to the traditional recipe of the Lodeiros family in 1940. It uses Muscat grapes as raw material and is different from bitter orange and cinnamon. The vermouth is aged in French oak barrels for ...
Lodeiros red vermouth is made according to the traditional recipe of the Lodeiros family in 1940. It uses Muscat grapes as raw material and is different from bitter orange and cinnamon. The vermouth is aged in French oak barrels for 30 days, which gives it a unique toasted sensation.
A Galician vermouth macerated for a month in French oak barrels, which gives it an aftertaste with hints of wood, toasted and full-bodied. A light mahogany colour. The aroma is strong, with herbal scents of marjoram, sage, mugwort, cinnamon and vanilla. Very aromatic, but fresh. The orange and cinnamon give it a sweet touch that balances the bitter point. As for the taste, it is round and consistent at first. The aftertaste has a spicy and herbal aftertaste, with a sweet and bitter aftertaste. It is one of the most renowned Galician vermouths nowadays. This vermouth is available in red and white.
A tribute to the Galician vermouths that our grandparents used to drink. A recipe that maintains the tradition and transports us to the village or local festivals. And at vermouth time on the terraces of the vermuterías. A vermouth to enjoy paying tribute to the beginnings of the vermouth culture.
How to serve your lodeiros
Serve your vermouth with a slice of orange and a couple of ice cubes. This way it will be exquisite, and you can also make a cocktail. It’s amazing if you serve one part red lodeiros and one part white lodeiros. The combination of both vermouths gives a surprising result. And to accompany it, we recommend some pickles or a bit of cheese and, of course, some chips and olives. One of the most important Galician vermouths nowadays.
Vermouth is a drink obtained by impregnating a series of botanicals in wine. There are many botanical ingredients to make vermouth. There is only one that must be present in every good vermouth: absinthe . Each brand uses its own proportions, it is usually secret. The vermouth tradition is back and we should celebrate it. The time has come to restore the vermouth culture, a drink that has become a trend. The appearance of new brands of vermouth on the market proves it.
Vermouth Lodeiros Red Vermouth Tribute
The brand’s tribute to the vermouth of our grandparents. The vermouth that was taken to the village festivals and terraces. Among them, in addition to the obvious vermouth flavour, we also highlight the aromas of orange and cinnamon, giving the vermouth a sweet touch and a balanced bitterness. In addition, after 30 days of ageing in French oak barrels, we obtain a toasted aftertaste with aged wood.
The Lodeiros vermouth is an artisan vermouth. The best crianza wine is selected to obtain a base wine of excellent quality, which is then transformed into a delicious vermouth, to which the aromatic herbal extracts elaborated by the winery following the 1940 formulaare added.
Galician vermouth herbs
The botanical ingredients used in the flavouring are another unique element of Galician vermouth. Every vermouth master uses classic fragrances such as cinnamon, cardamom, hibiscus or rosemary, as well as herbs typical of the Galician countryside. Other fragrances found in Galician vermouth are citrus peel, lemon verbena and coriander. Galician wine led to the production of bagasse brandy and its liqueur, and now it is also added to the flavour of vermouth. It is also worth mentioning the appearance of vermouth shops all over Spain and the recent boom in Galicia, with the appearance of several specialised brands. The old vermouth bar serves mainly homemade vermouth, which has now been replaced by a new business philosophy. Galician vermouth is known worldwide for its unique characteristics of the region. The wonderful vermouth marinated with the botanicals of the area, is another of the star products.