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, red-brown in appearance. Fruity, tobacco bouquet with bay leaf, aromas and whiffs of what we compare to the strike pad on a box of matches before it has been struck. Complex, perfumed bitter-sweet palate shows great finesse with notes of tobacco leaf, espresso, cinnamon, liquorice, anise and nutmeg with a fruity note comparable to that found in cola. Delicate, rich and complex on the finish.