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French Vermouth

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Like all good antiques, this ancient bottle of Quina 3 Star Vermouth is very, very dusty. It's no surprise, really, as it came from all the way from the 1940s. If you sat about for around 60 years...  More info
$303.97
A very old bottle of St. Raphael Vermouth from the 1950s. The label has a few bumps and scrapes, but you can clearly see that it was labelled as an "appitizer", which is certainly could be enjoyed as...  More info
$243.17
This vermouth is made using white Pineau des Charentes, a particular type of French aperitif wine that doesn't often find its way into vermouths. It's really quite perplexing why, as it makes a rather...  More info
$48.14
Raphael Red - 1970s
(75cl, 16%)
Raphael Red is a wine based aperitif or quinquina that is surprisingly made by a bunch of talented French blenders as opposed to a ninja turtle. Yes, even though Raphael was the red one! The...  More info
$162.12
Raphael Red - 1970s
(75cl, 15%)
A 1970s bottling of Raphael Red (or 'Rouge'), a fantastic wine based aperitif that's flavoured with mistelle as well as cinchona bark.  More info
$162.12
As if we needed to be convinced of the medicinal properties of a fine beverage, this bottle of the French aperitif, Dubonnet Rouge from the 1960s, contains not only herbs and spices but also quinine...  More info
$243.17
A 1980s bottling of Dubonnet Rouge, the popular aperitif from France. It is made with wine and flavoured with a blend of herbs, spices and a little quinine too.  More info
$121.59
This antique 1 litre bottling of Dubonnet Rouge is from the 1970s. It may have seen slightly better days but is still a lovely piece of drinks history.  More info
$162.12
A rare, old bottling of Dubonnet Rouge from the 1970s. This popular French aperitif is made with wine and flavoured with quinine as well as herbs and spices.  More info
$162.12
Perfect for cocktails, this rare bottling of Dubonnet Blanc dates from the 1970s.  More info
$141.85
La Quintinye Vermouth Royal Rouge is a blend of red Pineau des Charentes and 28 different botanicals, creating an exciting and quite intense vermouth. Named in honour of Jean-Baptiste de la Quintinye...  More info
$47.74
Lillet Rose
(75cl, 17%)
A Rose version of the classic vermouth Lillet. This is blended with red and white Grand Cru Bordeaux wines used to make Lillet Rouge and Lillet Blanc respectively. To this Peruvian quinine is added...  More info
$26.68
Lillet Rouge
(75cl, 17%)
Made from Red Wine, Herbs and Fruit - this vermouth-style aperitif is sweeter than many others, making it a superb choice for the Classic Martinez Cocktail, or great drunk neat, chilled, in a wine...  More info
$25.65
Byrrh Grand Quinquina
(75cl, 18%)
Grand Quinquina is a wine-based aperitif made by Byrrh, an old producer founded in 19th Century France. As the name suggests, it contains a fair amount of quinine, which adds bitterness to the sweet...  More info
$33.30
A dry vermouth from the last independent producer in Chambéry. This region is the only one in France to have received an appellation d'origine contrôlée for its vermouths.

In other words, this...  More info
$20.48
Dolin are the only remaining independent vermouth producers in Chambéry, the only French region to have received an appellation d'origine contrôlée for its vermouths.

Dolin vermouths are made with...  More info
$30.36
A red vermouth from independent producer Dolin, based in Chambéry, the only region in France to have received an appellation d'origine contrôlée (controlled designation of origin) for its...  More info
$20.33
A white wine based vermouth, made with two wines which are matured separately for a year before a secret selection of herbs and spices are macerated for three weeks, then carefully extracted...  More info
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$19.45
Lillet Blanc
(75cl, 17%)
A great vermouth from Bordeaux. This is made with white Bordeaux wines and fruit brandy and is aged in oak for between 6 months and a year.  More info
$24.60
Dubonnet Rouge
(75cl, 14.80%)
A French aperitif made with wine from the south of France. This is flavoured with herbs, spices and quinine and is aged in oak for three years.  More info
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$14.69
An extra dry version of the archetypal French vermouth dating from the 1960s! A collectible piece indeed.  More info
$243.17
This is a red vermouth from Noilly Prat (producers of all things vermouth). This bottle was made in the 1970s. Due to the time spent in the bottle and the process of oxidation, this vermouth will have...  More info
$141.85
A very rare bottling of Noilly Prat Bianco Vermouth, bottled in the 1960s. This is a rare collector's piece and due to its age is no longer drinkable. However, it does make for a handsome ornament on...  More info
$182.38
A rare old French vermouth bottled in the 1950s. This is a very old edition of Noilly Prat, and is perfect for a really authentic classic cocktail.  More info
A very old Krohn Vermouth from the 1950s. Not a particularly well-known producer, Krohn port bottlings are more commonly seen. The bottle is sound but there is quite a thick patina to it, although the...  More info
$121.59
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