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    Dolin Dry Vermouth de Chambéry

    Dolin Dry Vermouth de Chambéry

    FranceSavoie

    17.5% Alc/Vol

    Dolin Dry is distinguished by its light, fresh and clean profile, which comes from a delicate wine base and more than thirty Alpine herbs. From its start in 1821, Dolin Vermouth de Chambéry has been the benchmark for fine French Vermouth. Its fresh and elegant nose, subtle and complex palate is the profile that made the 1:1 gin/dry vermouth Martini famous, and so often imitated by others. In the 1930’s Chambéry earned France’s only protected designation of origin for Vermouth. Beyond mixed drinks, it is an ideal aperitif or accompaniment to raw shellfish, goat cheese or pesto. In cooking, Dolin Dry adds depth and an herbal character that normal white wine cannot. Full details

    Dolin Dry Vermouth de Chambéry
    Dolin Dry Vermouth de Chambéry
    Dolin Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry

    Dolin Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry

    FranceSavoie

    16.0% Alc/Vol

    The clear, sweet Blanc variety of vermouth was first created and made famous by Dolin in Chambéry long before Italian producers replicated the style as ‘Bianco’. The Blanc is traditionally served with a sliced strawberry, a splash of soda and a twist. There may be no better choice for cocktails such as El Presidente or a Blond Negroni. In other cocktails, Dolin Blanc pairs well with blanco tequila, unaged whiskey, or other flavorful clear spirits. It is ideal for infusions of melon or other fruit, and an appetizing accompaniment to a wide variety of cheeses. Full details

    Dolin Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry
    Dolin Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry
    Dolin Rouge Vermouth de Chambéry

    Dolin Rouge Vermouth de Chambéry

    FranceSavoie

    16.0% Alc/Vol

    Dolin Rouge imparts lovely spicy notes amid its light and fresh profile, with a clean finish to complement and not overwhelm a drink’s other components. More than fifty herbs flavor Dolin Rouge; its profile is firm and balanced, without the excessive sweet or lingering aftertastes found in large commercial products. It makes for an exceptional Manhattan that does not bury the tastes of rye or bourbon, even at classic 1:1 proportions. Refreshes a Negroni, too. Dolin Rouge and a twist pairs well with charcuterie or black olives and works perfectly in tomato or meat cookery. Full details

    Dolin Rouge Vermouth de Chambéry
    Dolin Rouge Vermouth de Chambéry
    Comoz Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry

    Comoz Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry

    FranceSavoie

    16% Alc/Vol

    Established in 1856, Comoz was the second-oldest of Chambéry vermouth producers after Dolin, and was perhaps the first to produce the crystal-clear Blanc style. Introduced in 1881, Comoz Vermouth Blanc expressed Claudius Comoz’s selection of wines, plants and fruits, many of which come from the hills above Chambéry. True to its historic character, Comoz Blanc is less sweet than other vermouth blanc, with notes of stone fruits, alpine flowers and a deep, resonant undercurrent of wormwood. Drink on the rocks with a twist, or mix with gin, vodka, or blanco tequila. Full details

    Comoz Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry
    Comoz Blanc Vermouth de Chambéry