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A global powerhouse in the vermouth game, along with Italy, France produce some of the finest vermouths of both the white and red persuasion.
Particular favourites include Noilly Prat and Dolin.
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
Perfect for cocktails, this rare bottling of Dubonnet Blanc dates from the 1970s. More info
Named in honour of Jean-Baptiste de la Quintinye, botanist and gardener to Louis XIV, this La Quintinye range of vermouth is big on botanicals. For their Extra Dry expression, they use 27 different… More info
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… More info
Apparently the Queen's favourite drink, Dubonnet has fallen out of favour somewhat in recent years. This is a bottle from the drink's 1970s heyday, and it's in wonderful condition. More info
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 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
This 'little corporal' vermouth, bottled in the early 1980s, proves good things come in small packages. Made in France for the German market, there isn't actually an abv on the label! More info
An extra dry version of the archetypal French vermouth dating from the 1960s! A collectible piece indeed. More info
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… More info
Cor, look at this! A 1950s bottling of Noilly Prat! Very rare and very exciting for the discerning cocktail enthusiast that likes to experiment with antique ingredients. More info