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CASA MARTELLETTI VERMOUTH DI TORINO DRY
CASA MARTELLETTI VERMOUTH DI TORINO DRY
WINEMAKING:
Soil Composition: Calcareous and Sandy
Training Method: Guyot
Elevation: 950 ft.
Vine Exposure: South-East
Harvest Time: Early September
Fermentation Container: Stainless Steel
Length of Alcoholic Fermentation: 20 Days
Malolactic Fermentation: None
Type of Aging Container: Stainless Steel
Type of Oak: None
Length of Aging before Bottling: 6 Months
Length of Bottle Aging: 2 Months
APPELLATION: Vermouth di Torino Origin
VARIETAL: 100% Trebbiano
ALCOHOL: 18%

CASA MARTELLETTI VERMOUTH DI TORINO DRY

 Wine Description 

Casa Martelletti Vermouth is the oldest known produced vermouth from Piedmont. The recipe hails from the 1700s and can be viewed in a museum in Cocconato, Italy. Vermouths were originally used for medicinal purposes, but now can be enjoyed as aperitifs or in classic and innovative cocktails alike.

This award-winning Dry Vermouth has been classified with the highest appellation of di Torino based on higher alcohol content, origination from Piedmont, and flavored mainly with Artemisia along with other herbs and spices.

Tasting Notes 

This Dry Vermouth has sweet coriander aromas with citrus fruits and hints of juniper, elderberry flower, and rosemary. Has a lower PH level than other vermouths to allow the flavors to come out and be enjoyed to the fullest.

Food Pairings 

Excellent as an aperitif and marry excellent with gin, whiskey, and cider.

 

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