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Italian Vermouth

Italian Vermouth

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An incredibly good red vermouth which was originally used to make the Martinez (the grandfather of the martini). Each bottle of Antica Formula is individually numbered, and it really does make a great...  More info
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$48.68
This is a deliciously bitter Bianco vermouth from the Arlorio company, based on various wines, herbs and spices. This particular rare edition was made in Turin, Italy, in 1966.  More info
$213.53
A rare Italian white vermouth dating from the 1950s produced by the Beccaro company of Piedmont.  More info
$266.92
This is a bottle of the Beccaro white vermouth bottled in the 1970s. Vermouths are wine based and when they oxidise in the bottle, a deeper complexity reveals itself.  More info
$177.95
A very rare bottle of Bisso Chambéry vermouth, which we believe to have come from between 1949 and 1959. Perhaps it was produced in a similar style to Dolin Chambéry? Perhaps the horse on the label...  More info
$266.92
A bittersweet vermouth from Ferrari, produced in the 1960s. No, not the car makers. Bruno Ferrari. No, not the Brazilian actor. Bruno Ferrari, the Italian liqueur and vermouth producers from years...  More info
$213.53
Made in the 1970s in Bologna, Italy, Rosso Antico is a sweet, rich red vermouth from the Buton company. It was based on red wines and flavoured with herbs and spices.  More info
$142.36
Made by Buton in the 1960s, this is a collectible bottle of Rosso Antico Vermouth.  More info
$213.53
This is a rare old bottle of sweet, red Italian vermouth made in the 1970s by the Buton company.  More info
$124.56
Produced in Bologna, Italy, in the 1970s, this is a litre bottle of Buton's superb red vermouth, made with red wines, herbs and spices.  More info
$177.95
This bottle of Carpano Sweet White Vermouth is a relic from the golden age of disco - the 1970s. Because vermouth oxidises in the bottle, this should take totally different to modern counterparts...  More info
$177.95
Carpano Dry
(100cl, 18%)
A classically dry vermouth from the Carpano range, made by the same producers behind the wonderful Antica Formula. Featuring a selection of ingredients, including Dittany of Crete, this vermouth has a...  More info
$25.48
Carpano Punt e Mes - 1960s
(100cl, 16.50%)
This is a medium-sweet vermouth, bottled in the 1960s. It's in splendid condition considering it's advanced age and the seal is good. The label is slightly torn, however.  More info
$213.53
Carpano Punt e Mes - 1960s
(100cl, 16.50%)
This is a medium-sweet vermouth, bottled in the 1960s. It's in splendid condition considering it's advanced age and the seal is good.  More info
$213.53
Carpano Punt e Mes - 1970s
(100cl, 16.30%)
An ancient bottling of Carpano Punt e Mes, a Italian red vermouth that is both sweet and bitter. Some might even call it bitter-sweet, which would make it perfect for an aperitif. Produced in the...  More info
$177.95
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
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$177.95
Cinzano Bianco
(75cl, 15%)
A full bodied sweet vermouth from Italy, Cinzano Bianco makes for a great aperitif and is often served with lemonade.  More info
$11.73
Cinzano Bianco, produced in the 1970s, which would explain why the vermouth isn't clear like current bottles of Cinzano Bianco. Rather rare and exciting for you vermouth collectors out there, as this...  More info
$177.95
A bottle of vermouth, produced in the 1970s, called Cinzano the Bianco. It was created after Cinzano the Grigio fell into the abyss after saving the Hobbits from the Balrog. Last it was seen, it was...  More info
$177.95
A 72cl bottling of bitter vermouth from the 1970s, produced by the Cinzano company of Turin.  More info
$106.77
Hailing from Turin, this is a 1970s bottling of Cinzano - a bitter vermouth which was first made in 1757 by the Cinzano brothers. Quite a collectible.  More info
$124.56
A 1970s bottling of Bianco vermouth from notable producers, Cinzano. Antique vermouths are sought after for the developed flavours they acquire after the oxidation that occurs in the bottle, as well...  More info
$177.95
Cinzano Bianco 1l - 1970s
(100cl, 16.50%)
A 1970s bottling of the tasty Italian vermouth that comes from Turin. Cinzano was first created in 1757 by the Cinzano brothers, and its recipe of 35 ingredients remains a secret to this day. It joins...  More info
$177.95
This is a very rare 1970s bottling of Cinzano Bianco - an Italian vermouth made in Turin to a recipe of 35 secret ingredients. Quite a collectible.  More info
$533.84
Bottled in the 1970s, this is a bottle of Cinzano Bitter - a bitter vermouth made in Italy, and now rather difficult to get hold of...  More info
$124.56
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