MARTINI first produced their vermouth in 1863 at a distillery in Pessione, close to Turin, Italy. The unique recipes remain a closely guarded secret. Martini Bianco Vermouth, following the “vanilla vermouth”, was first introduced in the 1910`s. This white vermouth is actuallly the most aromatic of all the vermouths. It is a careful blend of dry white wine and infused aromatic herbs.
Clear, very pale gold with golden tints. The bouquet shows citrus, peachy-raspberry, tobacco ash and fresh bay leaf. The palate is quite rich, with apples baked with ginger and cinnamon, herbal bitterness, touch of honey and a vanilla, and zesty lemon. Sweet apple finish with light cinnamon spice. Delicate and complex. Herbal bitterness and light spice balances honeyed fruity sweetness.