Vermouth "Martini" Riserva Speciale Ambrato
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Reviews of purchase "Martini" Riserva Speciale Ambrato
Color vermouth - golden amber.
The taste of sweet vermouth, light enough, pleasant, with soft bitterness.
The aroma is dominated by characteristic notes of vermouth spices and bitter wormwood.
Vermouth can be used independently, in small portions chilled. It is drunk as a liqueur, slowly, savoring every drop. It is popular in cocktails, can serve as an aperitif. Often served with desserts for the sweet taste.
"Martini" Riserva Speciale Ambrato - amber vermouth made in the Italian city of Turin. The basis of vermouth make wine from grapes of Moscato. Vermouth insists on the set of spices and three types of wormwood - Absinthium, Pontica and Vulgaris. Vermouth "Martini" Riserva Spechiale Ambrato got its name from amber (ambrato).
History Martini began in the XIX century. In 1847, in the village of Pessione, in Piedmont, the company for the production of wines and spirits was established. One of the companions became a commercial agent Alessandro Martini. Luigi Rossi, an expert herbalist and winemaker, exploring the different flavors found a great combination for a vermouth. Luigi Rossi and Alessandro Martini became the masters of their vermouth called "martini". Their heirs brought the company one of the most famous producers of vermouth. A large number of various medals proves the high esteem of the beverage. Even the King of Piedmont Umberto I allowed the company to put on the label of your coat of arms - a white cross on a red background. At the end of the twentieth century the company "Martini and Rossi" became vladeltsev several well-known alcoholic companies: "Offley", "Otar", "Benedictine Liqueur." In 1992 she entered the industrial group "Bacardi". Now sold each year more than 200 million bottles of Martini worldwide.