"La Quintinye" Vermouth Royal Extra Dry
Reviews of purchase "La Quintinye" Vermouth Royal Extra Dry
Vermouth iridescent gold color.
Vermouth taste is fresh, lively, invigorating, smooth, with floral and citrus notes that flow into a juicy, long aftertaste
The aroma of vermouth is dominated by floral tones, which are balanced with spicy shades of licorice and anise.
Vermouth can be used in pure form with ice or used as an ingredient for cocktails.
The brand "La Quintinye" Vermouth Royal was born in the heart of the Cognac region. It presents a line of French vermouths with rich and luxurious aromas. The basis of vermouth is Pino de Charente - a fortified wine, a mixture of grape juice and brandy, which gives roundness and intensity to each of the three vermouths of the "La Quintinye" line (red, white and extra dry). Pino de Charente is complemented by 12 herbal ingredients and spices that are common to all three vermouths, including wormwood, dagil, iris root and the "highlight" of Vilon Mezon - flowers of grapes. To them, depending on the vermouth, an additional row of unique plants and spices is added.
Elegant bottles of vermouth "La Quintinye" bear the imprint of the style of Jean-Baptiste de La Quentini, the botanist of King Louis XIV. It was to this visionary, who was born in 1624 in Charente, the Sun King entrusted the creation of a garden, vegetable garden and conservatory of the Versailles Palace.
"La Quintini" Vermouth Royal Extra Dry is a white semi-dry vermouth, the blend of which is composed of white wines, Pinot de Charente fortified wine and 27 plants and spices. The complex recipe of the drink was expressed in a magnificent aroma and a beautiful, refreshing taste, which are dominated by attractive floral tones.
Maison Villevert is a family-owned company from the Cognac region in southwestern France, which carefully preserves recipes for alcoholic beverages dating back to the Renaissance. Maison Wilver is the author of several brands of high-quality alcoholic beverages that shine throughout the world. Residence Vilver was built in 1528. Currently, surrounded by 40 hectares of vines, it is not only a place of work for the House, but also an inspiration for all generations of the Robilet family. A wide assortment of strong alcoholic drinks Maison Villevert is not just a catalog of goods, it is emotions and impressions inspired by grapes and the French art of living.