Dolin White VermouthWith a scent marked by alpine plants and citrus, this vermouth pairs well with red fruits - strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. The palate has a sweet harmony and a taste of aromatic plants with a silky texture. One of the main characteristi...
Dolin White Vermouth
With a scent marked by alpine plants and citrus, this vermouth pairs well with red fruits – strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. The palate has a sweet harmony and a taste of aromatic plants with a silky texture.
One of the main characteristics of Chambéry vermouth is the creation of the Blanc style (also known as Bianco), the first white vermouth and its DRY variant which has been used in cocktails since 1920. According to the Chavasse recipe, the base wine is made from local grapes. However, phylloxera replanted the area with red or white varieties that were too aromatic, such as Jacquère. As with Cognac and Armagnac, the best base wines should be very light and as neutral as possible. As expected, with the exception of local and regional producers, most of the original wines now come from Armagnac vineyards in the Gers region. On the other hand, the special taste and aroma of the plants are crucial, and Dolin’s secret recipe is still made from herbs and aromatic plants found naturally in the alpine meadows near Chambéry. The Dolin Vermouth series is known for its extraordinary freshness, purity and complexity .
Made with botanicals from Chambéry, Dolin White vermouth is an excellent choice to accompany, for example, fish or seafood.
Net weight: 75 cl