Vermouth Vittore Reserva is a red vermouth that is aged in oak barrels for 6 months to give it more intense nuances, making its flavor more persistent with a characteristic and delicious touch. A piece of Valsangiacomo family history and with the original label from 5 generations ago.
Base of white wine with 24 botanicals of Mediterranean and alpine origin, among which stand out Gentian, Wormwood, Coriander, Savory, Sage, Oregano, Chamomile, Sauco, Orange peel. This Vermouth is made from a Macabeo white wine base. The golden color is due to the addition of grape must caramel.
Balsamic aromas of Mediterranean herbs such as fennel, chamomile and thyme, accompanied by licorice and the freshness of citrus. Entry into the mouth with a balance of acidity and sweetness. Pleasant finish of bitter herbs and vanilla. Long and persistent flavor.
About House Vittore
Vittore has a history that dates back to the origins of Cherubino Valsangiacomo in 1831, Switzerland. That year, Vittore Valsangiacomo founded a winery named after him in Chiasso, in the Swiss municipality of Ticino, near the Italian border. It is the first family's first winery. At the end of the 19th century, his son Cherubino Valsangiacomo decided to open a wine export company in Valencia and Alicante, attracted by the logistical conditions of their ports and the excellent fruit of the land. Cherubino, like his father, puts his name to the wineries. In 1890 the business became so important that Cherubino Valsagiacomo had various facilities in Chiva, Requena, Utiel, Monóvar, Yecla and Grao de Valencia, the latter being the company's headquarters until 1997.