An antique bottling of Italian bianco vermouth dating from the 1960s, produced in the Province of Asti.
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Antica Distilleria Quaglia
A rum-cask finished variation on Vermouth del Professore, which was created as an homage to the man who was considered the father to American mixology - Jerry Thomas, sometimes known as the Professor. More info
A rare 1960s bottling of vermouth from Italian producer Moroni. Ever wondered what happens to light hued bianco vermouths macerated with all kinds of plants as the chlorophyll degrades over the… More info
Classic sweet vermouth from Martini & Rossi dating from the 1950s! The label is a little torn at the edges, but fortunately you can't tear vermouth (it's liquid).
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A bittersweet vermouth flavoured with chinchona bark like a quinquina (think Dubonnet) would be. This rare bottling dates from the 1970s.
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Giulio Cocchi Spumanti
Produced by the Giulio Cocchi Spumanti company, this is a classic vermouth which was first produced in 1891. It is based on a recipe with Moscato wine, sourced from Asti, near Turin. More info
A special single batch vermouth produced to mark the Martini's 150th anniversary, only 150,000 bottles are available worldwide.
Gran Lusso - Italian for 'grand luxury' - is made with Barbera red… More info
This is a bottle of Martini sweet vermouth from the 1980s, perfect for a particularly deep and complex Negroni cocktail.
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Riserva Carlo Alberto
Red vermouth from Torino, Italy, named after Riserva Carlo Alberto who was said to have come up with the original recipe. It is made with 27 different botanicals and makes a very nice aperitif. More info
Crumbs! Look how fashionable this drink is it. That's right folks, it's yummy Martini, created in conjunction with Dolce and Gabbana. I like to enjoy this whilst wearing a sports jacket and… More info
Produced in Turin, Italy, in the 1960s, this is a delicious white vermouth from the Cora brothers. It was based on white wines and was flavoured with herbs and spices. More info
A big ol' one litre bottle of Gancia Americano made with gentian, wormwood and bitter orange as well as wines and spices. More info
Another bottle of Carpano Punt e Mes from the 1970s for you. In case you're sat wondering whether you actually want this, the answer is yes, you do want delicious, deep, rich antique vermouth. Mmm... More info
A big (100cl), tasty bottle of Gibò Vermouth Rosso, made the the Tosti company in the 2000s. More info
A classic Italian aperitif made with 32 herbs and spices. Try it in place of Campari in your next Negroni. More info
A one litre bottling of famous sweet vermouth, an essential ingredient in arguably the best cocktail in the world: the Manhattan. More info
This classic dry white Italian vermouth was bottled back in 1986. The appeal in antique spirits (aside from their rarity) is that the sources of ingredients and production methods have evolved over… More info
Bottled back in the 1980s, this is a rare old bottle of classic Martini vermouth.
This bottle was part of a private collection.
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La Versa is a herbal, dry white vermouth from S. Maria Versa. It's a very rare edition, produced in 1968 in Italy. More info
A vermouth di Torino from the famous Martini brand made with Moscato d’Asti DOCG, cinchona bark and Chinese rhubarb. More info
A vermouth di Torino made with Langhe DOC Nebbiolo wines blended with extracts of Italian Holy Thistle and red sandalwood from famous producer Martini. More info
E X Abundantia
Ancient vermouth! Always very popular amongst the cocktail enthusiast crowd, as vermouth oxidises in the bottle over time, causing changes in flavour which can be very interesting indeed. This rare… More info
A 1980s bottling of dry vermouth from Filipetti of Canelli, Italy. More info
What the deuce? It's some kind of delicious-looking aperitif from Italy, based on red wine. It sure looks delicious, and look how handsome the cut-glass bottle is, and wait, is that a wax seal?… More info
A bottling of the Carpano family's medium-sweet bitter red vermouth Punt e Mes from the 1970s. A fascinating insight as to how this popular vermouth, now owned by Fratelli Branca, tasted four decades… More info