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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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 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
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
An antique bottling of Italian bianco vermouth dating from the 1960s, produced in the Province of Asti.
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A 1980s bottling of rare Vermouth di Torino from Riccadonna, made with a bitter agent such as gentian.
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From the Province of Asti, Italy comes this antique vermouth, thought to date from the 1960s!
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An Italian vermouth from Radicati, flavoured with chinchona resulting in full-bodied and intriguing bitterness throughout. We reckon this rare bottle was produced in the 1960s.
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Thought to date from the 1960s, this Villa Ducale Italian vermouth was made with bitter cinchona bark.
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A massive 4.7 litre bottle of Martini Bianco that's visibly changed a little over the years! Thought to date from the 1950s it's a great piece.
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This is a large bottle of Gancia Vermouth Rosso, which we believe to have been produced in the 1950s. Though the label has been torn and does not list the size of the bottle, we think it's a jeroboam! More info
An antique bottling of Cizano's bianco vermouth made with wormwood, cinnamon, gentian, cloves and citrus thought to date from the 1970s. More info
Antique cocktail enthusiasts, you'll want to pay attention to this one - a bottle of Gancia's Dry Vermouth, produced in the 1970s. Due to oxidation occurring in the bottle, as well as likely recipe… More info
Cora Vermouth Chinato produced in the 1970s - very rare and collectible stuff for antique cocktail enthusiasts. More info
A 1970s bottling of Valli' Vermouth Chinato. This is likely to have been enjoyed as part of an aperitif back in the day... More info
The Filipetti brand of vermouth is very rarely seen these days - which perhaps makes this 1970s bottle of their Vermouth Chinato even more desirable, both in the eyes of enthusiasts and collectors... More info
A rare bottle of Belfiore Vermouth Chinato, produced in the 1970s. A collectible piece, though sadly someone has written on the label in biro... More info
A 1960s bottle of Carpano Classico, with a label more akin to their Antica Formula than their recent Classico labels. More info
Cora Stravei Vermouth, produced over 40 years ago by the Italian company. Likely to be very popular among spirits collectors and cocktail enthusiasts. More info
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
A rare 1960s(!) vermouth Torino from producer Ferrari. More info
This should perk up the ears of cocktail enthusiasts - a 1980s Magnum bottle of Martini Extra Dry vermouth. Very collectible and pretty darn awesome if you ask us. More info
An ancient bottling of Martini & Rossi Dry White Vermouth from over 50 years ago! Antique vermouth is often sought after by connoisseurs and cocktail enthusiasts, as the oxidation in the bottle and… More info
A 1970s bottling of Martini's Extra Dry vermouth - a must if you're exploring the world of antique cocktails. Sadly, the label has suffered some wear and tear over the years. More info
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